Sunday, June 29, 2008
Centre for the promotion of Jatropha
The promotion of agriculture in the future fuel
Rising diesel fuel Plant
Jatropha Centre for Promotion and(CJP) is the Global Agency for authoritative scientific commercialization of Jatropha fuel harvest and designs and implements the cultivation of jatropha curcas crops worldwide in a structured Agriculture and Supply Chain, Value additions of jatropha seeds and research activities on this issue and provides support / services of "Earth to oil" for the development and establishment of the non-food bio-fuel crops.
The CJP has focused on the development of Jatropha curcas and other non-food crops biodiesel. Our primary goal is to discover and develop high yield crops, the most bio-energy per hectare of land. We have recognized and developed new elite varieties of crops optimized feedstock for the production under various agro-climatic conditions, economic and social parameters. We want you to Jatropha and our activities.
We know that energy is an issue of national security, because the volatile Middle East will affect the world supply of most developing countries are struggling with heavy oil import costs. The price for Fossil Crude oil touched $ 100 U.S. per barrel and expected to touch 150 mark within two years. As such, for many countries, the question of trying to create greater energy independence in one day through the development of biofuels has become a "when" and not "if" and, now on a daily basis in the area, a program of biofuels will be launched somewhere in the Third World.
Global production of biofuels is growing steadily and will continue to do so. The global market for biodiesel is estimated to reach 37 billion gallons by 2016 is growing at an average annual rate of 42 percent. The rapid development of global biodiesel industry has been closely monitored by the countries interested in promoting economic growth, improve the environment and reduce dependence on imported oil. Development of biofuels is the most immediate and available response to at least five key challenges and opportunities:
* Dealing with record-high crude oil prices;
* The need for oil-importing countries to reduce their dependence on a limited number of exporting countries by diversifying its energy sources and suppliers;
* The opportunity for the emerging economies in tropical regions to the global energy market with competitively priced liquid biofuels;
* Meet the growing energy demand in developing countries, particularly to support development in rural areas;
* And the commitments to reduce carbon dioxide emissions as part of the fight against climate change
Biofuels offers new opportunities for growth in many rural areas of developing countries, but it is important to guarantee the livelihood and welfare of the most vulnerable. We must ensure that the price of food is not adversely affect the food security of the poor.
The emerging industry is facing a shortage of supplies of raw materials and rising crude palm oil / soya oil prices and the debate of crops for food in comparison to fuel consumption needs and initiatives in production technologies and competitive procurement of suitable feedstock - all that can biofuel economy. As such, the biggest challenges to the widespread introduction and use of biofuels developed a special energy crops, are inexpensive, easy to maintain and may be greater returns. This energy plant that produces biofuels and holds particular promise for sustainable development and a sustainable environment is jatropha and other non-food crops.
Jatropha is a valuable multi-purpose crop to alleviate soil degradation, desertification and deforestation which can be used for bio-energy to replace petro-diesel, for soap production and climatic protection, and therefore deserves special attention
Jatropha can help increase rural incomes, self-sustainability and alleviate poverty among women, the elderly, children and men, tribal communities, small farmers. It can also help to increase income from plantations and agro-industry.
There are several trees that are suitable for bio-diesel production. For all these trees, jatropha must ensure that the reception and the foundation of around a plan can be built, if for nothing but his mere hardship and stress handling. It is only a tree that has enough seats. That is why the Planning Commission of India has nominated it as an ideal plant for biodiesel.
Biodiesel from Jatropha is one of the most promising solutions for the fight against the production of carbon emissions from transport.
Food versus fuel
Rushing to food crops - corn, wheat, sugar, palm oil - into fuel for cars without first examining the impact on global hunger, would be a recipe for disaster. Commenting on the possible effects identified rising food prices, increasing competition over land and forests, evictions, the impact on employment and working conditions and increasing prices and the lack of water. That is the reason why jatropha has recently been recommended as a biofuel crop for the developing countries of the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food
In recent years, the Indian government has shown a great interest in jatropha, and alongside other developing countries, a number of international companies are now with this interest. There have been significant political and social pressure to promote the cultivation of crops such as (in particular Jatropha curcas) in India, as a means to strengthen economic, social upliftment and poverty alleviation in marginalized communities.
Government of India, the National Programme for investment in comparison to the other due to the following:
* Low cost seeds
* High oil content
* Small Gestation
* Growth in good and degraded soils
* The growth in the low and high rainfall areas
* Seeds can be harvested in non-rainy season
* Plant size is the collection of seeds convenient
Of all the above-mentioned potential candidate plant as bio-diesel brings sources, Jatropha curcas is "up" and "sufficient" on this system is already available
Breaking the cycle of poverty
onsider that 54 countries are poorer today than 15 years ago. And that almost half the world's people - the vast majority of them working people - live on less than two dollars per day. We have a responsibility, renewable energy available and affordable for all… to ensure that the world's poorest countries are not forced to choose between feeding its population and fuelling their economies.
For example, crop yields in sub-Saharan Africa are projected to fall by 20 percent under the global warming;
Since the yields fall and demand rises, Africa is increasingly dependent on expensive food imports. Already the poor in sub-Saharan Africa spend 60 to 80 percent of their total income on food - compares that to around 10 percent in the United States;
The famine caused Klimawandel May displace more than 250 million people worldwide by 2050
Consider that the oil prices at> $ 90 per barrel has a disproportionate impact on the poorest countries, 38 of which are net importers and 25 from importing all its oil;
Developing countries consume about twice as much oil per dollar of GDP than the U.S.
All during the high cost and inaccessibility of fossil fuels, leaves about 2 billion people worldwide without reliable energy sources, without refrigeration, basic communications, heat or light.
For developing countries, then, climate change and global energy policy are a source of oppression, a source of the disease and a source of human suffering.
As the two-thirds of people in the Third World come their income from agriculture and Jatropha based biodiesel has enormous potential to change their situation for the better and poverty can be distinguished from jatropha cultivation as these cultures has devoted an enormous potential for replication world - wide, improving the livelihoods of many more.
At the level of community that the farmers produce dedicated energy crops can grow their income and growth in their own supply of affordable and reliable energy supply
At the national level, more biofuels produced new industries, new technologies, new jobs and new markets. At the same time, more biofuels produced reducing energy consumption and expenditure enable developing countries to learn more about their resources in health, education and other services for their neediest citizens
Can diesel as a "cultured"?
India and other developing countries have the potential to become one of the world's leading manufacturers of diesel fuel, but the rural farmers still need to be reconciled with the idea that diesel fuel can be "harvested" but they do understand one thing quite clear that they can use Jatropha plants as a source of additional revenue.
Farmers need to know that there will be a good market prospects for what they produce. We are very interested in this trust and to promote the cultivation of jatropha support of planting, the purchase of seeds for refining and the provision of technology to refine so that the producers of their own biodiesel. "
We have the honour to represent the Centre for Jatropha Promotion & biodiesel (CJP), promoting sustainable agriculture for biodiesel production and results of our research and on-hand field experience in relation to the various technical, agricultural science / aspects of silvicultural Of jatropha plantations have resulted in significant improvements in knowledge and technical framework for productivity, profitability and sustainability of commercial production of jatropha oil crop.
After CJP specializes in several areas of jatropha production and related consulting services, we see great opportunities for business with ...
"With the cultivation of the energy producing plants, processing them and finally the production of biodiesel, we are creating new sources of income for farmers in rural areas.
CJP proudly presents its commitment to the exploration, development and establishing the correct process, procedures and systems for cultivation, crushing and refining the use of bio-diesel from seed oil, jatropha curcas in particular.
CJP is fully equipped with technical knowledge and plant sciences know-how, process engineering and operational know-how to plan, design and create fail-fuel plants; deploy commission and non-food vegetable oil refining and design and construction of biodiesel plants
Failsafe fuel farm
CJP provides project management and consulting A / W Jatropha curcas production technology, support, technical know-how, etc. for the establishment of plantations of Ground Zero in the harvest stage only to ensure "Failsafe Jatropha FUEL FARM"
To engineer and lead your Jatropha energy farm of Ground Zero in the harvest stage, we have invented and developed a wide range of products and a number of Jatropha Energy Project (GEP) on the basis of our own knowledge to implement the project by our level of Competence and technology. Our task under the project may cover a wide range of activities, namely: Setting up of plantations of Ground Zero in the harvest stage that pre-feasibility, QPM Nursery operation for elite young plants (seeds) and Plantation process, care and crop management , Installation of equipment for oil extraction and biodiesel production and training, etc.
The starting point in a growing jatropha quest for the production of high quality produce, is choosing the right planting material - seeds or seedlings. The CJP experts working on jatropha plantation have developed superior planting material with standard benchmarks such as SRIPHL-J03 and the best techniques kindergarten for the production of quality seedlings only a proper and profitable production of Jatropha crop
CJP has developed Jatropha agricultural training package to provide skills by qualified trainers with a practical "hands on" approach and has a successful training division provide training to national and international participants through the integration of technical and management issues. Our June'2007 training program was a great success, in which participants from 18 countries Viz: United States, Britain, Spain, Australia, Costa Rica, Nigeria, Malaysia, Indonesia, SIGAPORE, Bangladesh, SRILANKA, Laos, PORTUGAL, INDIA, Ethiopia, HUNDRAS , Thai Country KENYA, etc.
CJP extended sincere thanks to all my colleagues for their participation in the successful training Jatropha June, 2007, and more importantly, their strong contribution to the success of JTP. We are very impressed by their large diversified interest and friendship among colleagues. Overall, the programme was a success. Despite the weather we had good attendance figures so, "Thank you for coming, we do everything for you!
2nd Global Jatropha Hi-tech agricultural training programme
Given the tremendious pressure from visitors from all corners of the world for the holding of the next training session and its growing intrests in the emerging biodiesel industry jatropha in a perfect way the CJP is happy to announce the date of its 2nd World-Wide package HI-TECH training for JCL system. The next 5 days Jatropha agricultural training session is scheduled from
July 14-18,2008 (India)
Save your registration as places are limited today
For complete information and registration, please visit GLOBAL TRAINING pages or e-mail to Director (Training Division): email@example.com
CJP also has its new Distance Training (learn) program on Jatropha Biodiesel & Agricultural Hi-tech techniques.
Centre for Jatropha Promotion & biodiesel
B-132, SAINIK Basti,
CHURU-331001, Rajasthan, India
TELE: +91 1562 255575
MOBILE-+91 9413343550, +91 9829423333
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