USDA wants biorefinery grant requests for new technologies

The USDA wants requests for loans to build biofuel plants that do not use corn starch as the raw material starting point.

The Biorefinery Assistance Program provides loan guarantees for thedevelopment, construction and retrofitting of viable commercial-scalebiorefineries producing advanced biofuels. The maximum loan guaranteeis $250 million per project subject to the availability of funds.

Preference is given to commercial applications of new technology…


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One Response to USDA wants biorefinery grant requests for new technologies

  1. JAIME P. IMBAT 14 August, 2009 at 5:27 am #

    Our company JPI FUEL produces biomass solid fuel as substitute fuel for coal out of waste organic materials to fuel cement factories, thermal power plant or any stationary plant that uses tremendouse amount of heat for operation.Our secondary product is fertilizer for pulvorized fuel ash is 100% organic in nature,as we process our product liquid residue twis and branches is derived especially on jetrophas, is this for further process be the biofuel that the world is developing? In this regard may I Seek your good office to please assist us how to seek loans to any financial institution to further develop our product or possible joint venture to your company.As to this moment we are in negotiation to deliver 300 tons of biomass fuel to a certain cement factory. Also we are in negotiation to Philippine National Power corporation 6 million tons per year of biomass fuel for our countries THERMAL POWER PLANTS, Still pending at NAPOCORS office for evaluation and to luck of funds for we still operating on personal capacities. Our company is open for investors.

    JAIME P. IMBAT
    CEO,PRESIDENT
    JPI FUEL
    #65 CABLONG,POZORRUBIO,PANGASINAN,PHILIPPINES
    TEL. AREA CODE 075-566-41-82

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