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This patented and proprietary technology system could be the answer to the biofuels revolution. Blue Biofuels may hold the key to a biofuels revolution making sustainable and environmentally friendly energy production a reality as available inventories of corn and soybeans traditionally used to create such fuels are in short supply. The Ukraine war, severe drought, skyrocketing fertilizer prices along with a renewed food versus fuel debate is causing record high prices in Corn and Soybeans along with a dwindling supply of crops to devote to the production of alternative energy.
As Pressure mounts on traditional ethanol production the industry looks toward greater reliance on new technologies such as that by Blue Biofuels, trading under the symbol BIOF, which has developed and patented a technology that can convert virtually any plant material – grasses, wood, paper, farm waste, yard waste, forestry products, energy crops like hemp or king grass, sugarcane bagasse, and the cellulosic portion of municipal solid waste into sugars that are used to create ethanol and sustainable aviation fuels. Blue Biofuels does this in a CO2 neutral and environmentally friendly manner. Corn based Ethanol cannot further grow in a meaningful way. There are limitations on the amount of corn available for fuel, there is simply not enough corn available. Blue Biofuels can accommodate strong growth in biofuels since Blue Biofuels does not have those feedstock limitations. The BIOF process could replace half the fossil fuels used in the US.Blue Biofuels’ newly built pilot plant operates at 100 times the scale of a previous prototype. The pilot plant also has design features that are necessary to ensure scalability to commercial size.BIOF recently announced that it has leased an additional 167 acres of farmland in southwest Florida on which it intends to grow king grass for the production of bio-ethanol and sustainable aviation fuel through its patented Cellulose-to-Sugar (CTS) process. This acquisition brings the total amount of land up to 182 acres. This land increase is a necessary step to provide sufficient feedstock for the next step up in capacity after the recent success of the pilot line. The land should provide sufficient feedstock to create around 500,000 gallons of ethanol per year. It will further be used to optimize the planting, growing, and harvesting of large volumes of king grass on the way forward to commercial production. In commercial production, Blue Biofuels expects to reduce carbon emissions by over 80% as compared to fossil fuels.BIOF expects to be eligible for the large cellulosic D3 RIN fuel credit from the US government that is currently worth $1.94/gallon on top of the price of ethanol of $2.43/gallon. Blue Biofuels has a game-changing technology and a management team with a proven track record. BIOF’s technological breakthrough may be the key to making green energy production a reality, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and eliminating the reliance on fossil fuels while propelling BIOF to the top of what is estimated to be a $248 Billion biofuel market by 2027. Do Your Research Now On BIOF