Jatrophaworld - CJP Plans for 5 Trillion Biodiesel Tree Plantation

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The India based Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) is implementing its ambitious plan for 5,000,000,000 New Biodiesel Tree Plantation (NBTP) to produce 10 million ton biodiesel per annum once the yield starts for building a sustainable biodiesel industry in the state of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

The India based Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) is implementing its ambitious plan for 5,000,000,000 New Biodiesel Tree Plantation (NBTP) to produce 10 million ton biodiesel per annum once the yield starts for building a sustainable biodiesel industry in the state of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
CJP will tie up with local players for setting up about 30 Zonal Bio-business Partners (ZBP) at state level, 210 District Bio-business Partners (DBP) at the district level, 3000 Block Bio-business Partners (BBP). While the Bio-business Partners shall grow and maintain jatropha and other trees collect the seeds and extract the oil, the CJP will provide inputs and have a buy back arrangement for seeds/oil and use the produce locally in the refineries. The NBTP shall create at least 10,000 permanent job and massive employment opportunity for unemployed youths

Mr. R.R. Sharma, Director(Plantation) said "CJP and its Bio-business partners shall work to make NBTP a sustainable business for the benefit of the rural poor and investors alike. Our unique market position - at the interface of social entrepreneurs, social investors and international development organizations - enables us to successfully promote and implement this project.We are also in talk with our country managers in west African countries and south and central American countries to chalk out the massive NBTP programme there"

"CJP is dedicated to the development of oil seed bearing trees [OSBT] - non-food multiple vegetable oil plantation and technologies in order to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, bring greater control and security of fuel supply and reduce dangerous climate changing emissions, including CO2. CJP's jatropha and other non-food oil crop plantation program aims at promoting development investments in this new source of biofuel. The overall goal of this program is to contribute to the Millennium Development Goals by enhancing ecologically sensitive, pro-poor investments in sustainable non-food biodiesel feedstocks in the developing world. The impact of NBP will create thousands of permanent jobs in the earmarked states enhancing Sustainable Biodiesel Feedstock's worldwide." He further added.

To be part of the bio-business and further business and investment enquires, kindly contact on +91 9829423333 or mail to jatrophaplan @ gmail.com

DIRECTOR
Business Development
Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel
B-132, SAINIK BASTI, CHURU Rajasthan, INDIA-331001
ELE- (+91) 1562 255575 MOBILE- (+91) 9413343550,
E-mail: jatropha3 @ hotmail.com,
http://www.jatrophaworld.org

About CJP

Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) India is the Global authority for scientific commercialization of Jatropha fuel crop.

CJP is dedicated to the development of oil seed bearing trees (OSBT) -- non-food multiple vegetable oil plantation and technologies in order to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, bring greater control and security of fuel supply and reduce dangerous climate changing emissions, including CO2.

CJP is pioneering the science, planting and production of inedible vegetable oils by planting of a variety of tree and non-food crop plantation.

CJP is engaged in scientific commercialization of non-food fuel crop- that designs and implements the growing of various oil seed bearing tree (OSBT) crops worldwide in a structured Agri-Supply chain, Value additions of inedible oil seeds and research activities thereon & provides support/services from "Soil to Oil" for development and establishment of the non -food Bio-fuel crops.

CJP use its proprietary knowledge to implement programmes through its expertise, technology and IPR knowledge creating new industry and job creation and the offsetting of climate change.

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