In a bid to develop new feedstocks with greater sustainability and volume, such as Jatropha and others to achieve higher sustainable production outputs to meet the growing demand, of biodiesel CJP’s R & D centre started studying and identifying some of the most cost-effective and environment-friendly nonfood biodiesel crops and has identified, developed and cultivated as many as 14 non-food oil crops. With years of continuing research, experiments and trials has provided an adage to find and develop 2nd generation biodiesel feedstock with low cost input technology. Among the crops identified as potential sources of biodiesel are Simmondsia chinesis, Pongamia (derris indica), Garcinia indica, Moringa oleifera, Madhuca indica, Ricinus communis, Simarouba glauca, Citrullus colocynthis, algae etc.
Jaipur, India (PRWEB) April 30, 2010 -- CJP is dedicated to the development of oil seed bearing trees - 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. Global warming, greenhouse gas , food-versus-fuel, indirect land use change, deforestation—with these critical issues in the spotlight, the feedstock deficit -plagued industry badly needs less expensive feedstock in form of non-food crop like Jatropha & others. The potential of derris indicia along with moringa has been studied in its effort to look for more viable feedstocks coupled with best available and affordable technology. Emergence of CJP’s new oil crops system may change the entire scenario of the world biodiesel industry. There are many nonfood oil crop under field trials and experiments and after several years of research, CJP has got an improved highly yielding variety of the Derris Indica(Pongamia) and developed enhanced crop cultivation technology with mor
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