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The Overview

We believe that businesses prosper if they fulfill human

needs and companies such fulfill the need for energy. Energy is central to growth and development
because it provides affordable solutions for heat, light and mobility. It lights up our homes, helps us cook
our meals, provides power for our factories, and fuels our modes of transport from two-wheelers to buses
and trains and airplanes. We believe that the right to energy is a fundamental right. It extends people's lives
and improves their livelihoods so the foundation of any energy policy has to be that energy is a good thing
and people should not be denied energy. But at the same time as providing the benefits of energy, we
have to address the challenges that it brings. These include energy security and the environment. The
environment is important alongside providing secure energy for growth, to move beyond hydrocarbons in
the energy we offer to the developing low carbon economy. If we are able to eliminate poverty, provide
gainful employment to all and do these while protecting the environment, we would have shown a new path
to sustainable development. This is exactly the kind of vision to inspire the world of business. Non-food
crops may play a major role in creating the secure and sustainable energy of tomorrow. It is a significant
business. And it exists because there is a strong business case for low-carbon power today and there will
be an increasingly strong case in the coming years.

Biofuel, "Diesel" from Jatropha and other non food tree crops has the ability to lift many people from
poverty to financial independence, from despair to respect and unemployment to business owners.

In This Way

Farmers would earn from Jatropha/other nonfood crops farming

Farm worker would have employment

Small rural enterprises would sell or purchase the seeds

Small scale industries grow for oil production

Diesel fuel production would further provide business opportunity

By products like press-cake would be traded by villagers

Energy employment and earnings would go together

The Cost

The cost of cultivation depends upon labor availability and comes around US $ 550 -1200 per hectare

The cost maintenance of plantation is around US $ 100-200 per year per hectare

The cost of oil extraction roughly comes about US $ 0, 12 / kg

The cost of Bio Diesel is largely dependent on the choice of feedstock and the size of the production


The goal of CJP, if non-food feedstock is used, the fuel will cost depending on the country approximately US
$ 0, 40 per liter plus tax when applicable.

CJP is set to become one of the world's major promoters and producer of Jatropha and other nonfood tree
crops focusing on producing Biodiesel from non-food feed stocks and believes there are globally important
opportunities to be exploited.sustainable viable biodiesel business plans. Biofuel's exciting growth
prospects have drawn in investors Well-known/new entrepreneurs are pushing into the sector .Just to
facilitate We have introduced various biodiesel business plans from farming to fuel based on our extensive
experience , research and knowledge keeping in view the fact that Those who fail to plan, plan to fail

To break the link between biodiesel feedstocks and food products; Jatropha and other non-food
oil bearing crops are the cheapest and the viable business propositions with following
independent or combined options:

To Become Owner Of: An Oil Reserve: Start Business of Biodiesel crops Cultivation:

To Become Owner Of: A Crude Oil Well: Start Business Of Bio- Oil- Making:

To Become Owner of: a Diesel Refinery: Start sustainable Business of Biodiesel

1.Jatropha Biodiesel Business Plan

2.Alage Biodiesel Business Plan
3.Jojoba Biodiesel Business Plan
4.Derris Indica (Pongamia pinnata) Biodiesel Business Plan
5.Madhuca indica Biodiesel Business Plan
6.Neem (Azadirachta indica) Biodiesel Business Plan
7.Simarouba (Simarouba glauca) Biodiesel Business Plan
8.Moringa oleifera Biodiesel Business Plan
9.Tumba (Citrullus colocynthis) Biodiesel Business Plan
10.Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) Biodiesel Business Plan
11.Ricinus communis Biodiesel Business Plan
12.Camelina Biodiesel Business Plan

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We shall explain that what is the opportunity and how we should intend to capitalize on it, whilst providing
sustainable development in the areas within which we work on the following pages:-


The NEED to plan


The Making of PLAN

The Input/ Output to the plan

The cost of services

While formulating and execution of your ambitious jatropha and other non-food crops based
business plan, we provide /undertake:

1. Desk-Top Feasibility Study Report

2. Pre-Feasibility Study Report

3. Complete Consultancy

4. Business Plan making

5. Business Plan Execution

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Biodiesel Feasibility Studies and Business Plans

For everything in life, you need a plan, then why not for your biodiesel Biodiesel Business Plan? The same
can be said for Biodiesel Business Plan. Every Biodiesel Business Plan, whether a startup or a full-fledged,
profitable organization, needs a Biodiesel Business Plan. To know where you are going, you have to know
where you came from and what came before you.

Often the first act of entrepreneurship is formalizing a Biodiesel Business Plan for a prospective company.
Biodiesel Business Plans, which serve as something of a roadmap for how a founder will turn an idea into a
full-fledged Biodiesel Business Plan, typically include information like an executive summary, a market
analysis and financial projections.

Biodiesel Business Plans can be vital for entrepreneurs and Biodiesel Business Plan owners interested in
lining up a bank loan or attracting other stakeholders such as investors. And though a plan may change over
time, entrepreneurs and owners often say the process of mapping out how a company will operate and who
its customers will be is invaluable.

Without proper market research and a solid Biodiesel Business Plan, a Biodiesel Business Plan is
more likely to fail, according to The Ultimate Small Biodiesel Business Plan Guide. The more
advanced preparation that is done, the better the chances for success.

Being prepared means knowing as much as possible about a proposed venture. Entrepreneurs will
significantly benefit from having firsthand experience with the type of enterprise being launched. Regardless
of their Biodiesel Business Plan acumen, entrepreneurs who lack hands-on experience will be at a
disadvantage over better prepared and informed competitors.

Biodiesel Business Plans can help perform a number of tasks for those who write and read them. They're
used by investment-seeking entrepreneurs to convey their vision to potential investors.

So what's included in a Biodiesel Business Plan, and how do you put one together? Simply stated, a
Biodiesel Business Plan conveys your Biodiesel Business Plan goals, the strategies you'll use to meet them,
potential problems that may confront your Biodiesel Business Plan and ways to solve them, the
organizational structure of your Biodiesel Business Plan (including titles and responsibilities), and finally, the
amount of capital required to finance your venture and keep it going until it breaks even.

Sound impressive? It can be, if put together properly. A good Biodiesel Business Plan follows generally
accepted guidelines for both form and content. There are three primary parts to a Biodiesel Business Plan:

. The first is the Biodiesel Business Plan concept, where you discuss the industry, your Biodiesel Business
Plan structure, your particular product or service, and how you plan to make your Biodiesel Business Plan a

. The second is the marketplace section, in which you describe and analyze potential customers: who and
where they are, what makes them buy and so on. Here, you also describe the competition and how you'll
position yourself to beat it.

. Finally, the financial section contains your income and cash flow statement, balance sheet and other
financial ratios, such as break-even analyses. This part may require help from your accountant and a good
spreadsheet software program.

Breaking these three major sections down even further, a Biodiesel Business Plan consists of seven key

Executive summaryBiodiesel Business Plan descriptionMarket strategiesCompetitive

analysisDesign and development planOperations and management planFinancial factors

But when you come to CJP for formulation of biodiesel Biodiesel Business Plan, it becomes an
exhaustive effective complete and comprehensive Biodiesel Business Plan and it goes beyond the
set boundaries and components just to have maximum attention of the investors/financers


Good Plans Shape Good Decisions. That's Why Good

Planning Helps To Make Elusive Dreams Come True.

1. Planning is the key for any Biodiesel Business Plan to be profitable and well managed. CJP specializes in
developing and presenting Biodiesel Business Plans to help our clients accomplish their goals and
objectives. A well developed Biodiesel Business Plan, when implemented, can help any Biodiesel Business
Plan to maximize profits and to control equity. A Biodiesel Business Plan can be defined as a road map,
flight plan, and blue prints. Sometimes Biodiesel Business Planes need a road map to get from point A to
point Z. The Biodiesel Business Plan can help a Biodiesel Business Plan implement Biodiesel Business Plan
strategies to accomplish their goals and objectives.

2. One of the most significant mistakes that biodiesel project developers make is to fail to see the Biodiesel
Business Plan as an important tool and project guide that not only reflects how well the Biodiesel Business
Plan strategy and its implementation have been thought out and developed, but also indicates whether the
project developer is capitalizing on Biodiesel Business Plan opportunities. Feasibility studies and Biodiesel
Business Plans are critical for investments for developers. A well-thought-out Biodiesel Business Plan can be
one of the best time management tools for a biodiesel project developer

3. A feasibility study is not a substitute for a Biodiesel Business Plan. In general, feasibility studies identify
Biodiesel Business Plan opportunities that can be implemented. Biodiesel Business Plans use a strategy to
optimize the opportunities presented by a feasibility study. Essentially, a feasibility study provides an
opportunity to clarify a Biodiesel Business Plan by enumerating and analyzing the risks and returns of a
capital project.

4. The Biodiesel Business Plan should identify production costs, as well as operating costs, including
equipment, land, construction permitting, labor, inputs and financing, utilities, and financial projections. The
Biodiesel Business Plan should be a living document that changes and grows with the project. Initially, the
Biodiesel Business Plan may state the goals for the project. Performing the right kind of analysis, using up-
to-date information, and using the most complete detailed evaluation will save time and money for your
project. The right kind of feasibility or Biodiesel Business Plan can prevent costly mistakes, understand
complex tradeoffs, identifies unique opportunities, increase profitability, reduce risks, and provide all the
answers necessary for investors and developers to make accurate, timely decisions.

Biofuels exciting growth prospects have drawn in investors Well-known/new entrepreneurs are pushing into
the sector Just to facilitate we have introduced Jatropha biodiesel farming Biodiesel Business Plans from
farming to fuel based on our extensive experience, research and knowledge keeping in view the fact that

Those Who Fail To Plan, Plan To Fail

CJP clients utilize the biodiesel Biodiesel Business Plan as a management tool for the current time period and
future strategic planning. It covers the executive summary, mission statement, financing, marketing,
management, operations, and supporting documents. The Biodiesel Business Plan is constructed to be the
product explaining features and benefits of the Biodiesel Business Plan opportunit

CJPs Biodiesel Business Plans

Jatropha Biodiesel Business Plan

Alage Biodiesel Business Plan

Jojoba Biodiesel Business Plan

Derris Indica (Pongamia pinnata) Biodiesel Business Plan

Madhuca indica Biodiesel Business Plan

Neem (Azadirachta indica) Biodiesel Business Plan

Simarouba (Simarouba glauca) Biodiesel Business Plan

Moringa oleifera Biodiesel Business Plan

Tumba (Citrullus colocynthis) Biodiesel Business Plan

Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) Biodiesel Business Plan

Ricinus communis Biodiesel Business Plan

Camelina Biodiesel Business Plan


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Elements Of A Biodiesel Business Plan

There are seven major sections of a Biodiesel Business Plan, and each one is a complex document.

Now that you understand why you need a Biodiesel Business Plan and a leading business plan expert to
carefully craft to meet specific business requirements. High quality customized service is ours policy and
priority. We have a full flagged Business Development Division where the top scientists of agronomy, plant
science, technocrats and financial experts work together to prepare a complete comprehensive and
customized Biodiesel Business Plan. The following pages will describe in detail the seven essential sections of
a Biodiesel Business Plan: but we shall put up some more sections and additional resources.

The emphasis of the Biodiesel Business Plan formulated by us shall be on the presentation of a complete,
concise and credible plan that can be readily interpreted by investors/financiers who may not be fully
familiar with the market/technology/risks and which will enable them to form and take decisions as to
whether an investment in the project is attractive and feasible. Good, well structured and presented
Biodiesel Business Plans are the key to getting your project in front of potential investors and starting the
negotiation process.

1. Executive Summary

Within the overall outline of the Biodiesel Business Plan, the executive summary will follow the title page.
The summary shall tell the reader what you want. This is very important. All too often, what the Biodiesel
Business Plan owner desires - clearly state what you're asking for in the summary.

The Executive Summary shall be structured as a separate stand alone document to the Biodiesel Business
Plan and shall provide concise summary information on significant material portions of the Biodiesel
Business Plan:

Brief description of the projectThe investment/ financing required as subject of this

proposalValue PropositionMarket opportunityBiodiesel Business Plan objectives and benefitsThe
possible I projected headline returnsExit strategy if known

2. Biodiesel Business Plan Description

Introduction: Tell Them All about It

Briefly introduce the project, what is involved, the scope and the commercial rationale for
implementing it, where it is located and who is involved: who is doing what, where, when, how
and why?

The Biodiesel Business Plan description usually begins with a short description of the industry. When
describing the industry, discuss the present outlook as well as future possibilities. We shall also provide
information on all the various markets within the industry, including any new products or developments that
will benefit or adversely affect your Biodiesel Business Plan. Base all of our observations on reliable data.
This is important if you're seeking funding; the investor will want to know just how dependable your
information is, and won't risk money on assumptions or conjecture.

3. Biodiesel Business Plan Model & Strategy

a. Detailed Biodiesel Business Plan Model

This section shall include the detailed description of the Biodiesel Business Plan model -who does what and
why-and the details I discussion of the commercial rationale.

The detailed Biodiesel Business Plan shall include all the phases of project development & implementation:

Pre-Development PhaseDevelopment Phase-

I. The plantation stage shall have the cost estimation for (i) Pre-plantation stage including nursery (ii)
Execution of Plantation and (iii) crop care n

I. The oil extraction stage shall have detailed about the process and machineries including capital and
maintenance cost

I. Likewise biodiesel stage has complete details about process, technology, utilities and layout etc.

Start of Biodiesel Business Plan onwardExit strategy (if and where applicable)

b. Operations Planning

c. Expansion I Growth Strategy

This depends on the management's discretion to either run this Biodiesel Business Plan as a cash cow or a
growth centre. If the latter is chosen, the expansion plan shall be included in this section of the Biodiesel
Business Plan. The Scenario analysis and the financial analysis shall reflect these details.

d. Marketing Strategy
The Biodiesel Business Plan strategy involves a selling of a product, the team shall elaborate on how the
marketing function will be structured and its operations carried out. This might include efforts to convince
potential buyers, off takers, authorities, investors or the general public of your Biodiesel Business Plan

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4. Management And Manpower Structure

a. Company/Project Structure

The proposed company/ project management and organization structure shall be clearly presented,
including, where possible, the names of personnel selected and the allocation of roles and positions.

b. Management Expertise and Credentials

Provide profiles, brief CVs of key management and personnel involved in the project development and

The purpose of including the expertise and credentials of the company management is to convince investors
of the ligaments capability and potential. Therefore detailed attention shall be paid to relevant work
experience, contributions and skill sets critical to the success of the Biodiesel Business Plan project.

c. Manpower Distribution

Biodiesel Business Planes with complex operations or large manpower requirements shall be well thought
through and presented in a concise manner. It is important to ensure that assumptions for this section are
realistic and achievable. It is also important to demonstrate that appropriate skills are available in the local
market and that management has a plausible strategy for identifying and securing key personnel. Training
and skills transfer may be an issue here.

d. Partnerships

Introduce and describe the roles of key partners, other companies and institutions involved in the
development and implementation of the project.

5. Technology

Relevant technologies that are developed, procured, licensed, leased or otherwise acquired and which
contribute heavily to the revenue/cost of the Biodiesel Business Plan shall be presented and discussed in
relation to the value chain of the Biodiesel Business Plan.

The project constitutes in itself the development and commercialization of a new technology so the
technology, its benefits, drawbacks and differences in comparison with existing technologies shall be
presented and clearly explained.

Technologies shall be described in plain simple terms that are readily understandable to a layman.

a. Technologies & Suppliers Considered Available choices of technologies and their suppliers to achieve
the Biodiesel Business Plan I project objectives shall be discussed and compared.

b. Technology Provider Chosen

The decision on the choice of technology and technology suppliers shall reflect the technology comparisons
made in the previous section.

6. Industry Analysis

Investors/Financiers will be looking out for accurate market information and analysis and where possible
quantitative forecasts which demonstrate that the Project Developer understands the economic environment
in which the project is situated, the potential of the Biodiesel Business Plan and the competitive threats.

a. External market analysis

The Biodiesel Business Plan shall cover all grounds in looking at factors that might impact the future
Biodiesel Business Plan. A suggested framework to use is Porter's Five Forces or the SWOT Analysis.
b. Competition Analysis

This section shall provide an analysis of companies with similar or competitive offerings as the proposed
Biodiesel Business Plan. Conversely, other companies or initiatives that complement the Biodiesel Business
Plan can be elaborated upon.

c. Competitive Advantage Analysis

Developers shall highlight the competitive advantage of their Biodiesel Business Plan as compared to
existing or future market competition. This could also include competitive strategies the company might
adopt to create barriers of entry.

Competition Analysis and Competitive Advantage Analysis are of high interest and concern to investors and
financiers particularly where the project involves young technologies and in Biodiesel Business Plan
segments where the development pace is very fast. Investors will favor Project Developers that have high
quality and up to date information about new technology developments and competitors' activities which
could disrupt or benefit their Biodiesel Business Plan models.

7. Investment

Closely tied to the financial analysis, potential debt and equity investors will be interested in the risk and
returns possible to them specifically. These returns for equity and debt holders depend will on the
investment structure and in the case of the equity holder, dividend payment structure.

Investment Structure
Therefore, the proposed investment structure details shall be clearly spelt out in this section. Developers
shall provide figures for the total investment amount of the project and their proposed/targeted financing
structure (debt/equity ratio). Schedules of capital expenditure and operational expenditure, and assumed
timings of financing requirements, refinancing, and repayment ability shall be provided as appropriate.
Provision of a Source and Application of Funds schedule is recommended.

The underlying assumptions shall be clearly presented and it is recommended that estimates and
assumptions shall also be made conservatively.

Exit Strategy

The proposed timeline of the Biodiesel Business Plan investment is an important piece of information for
investors. Similarly, the exit strategy for the investor shall be clearly constructed around this timeline. To
increase the flexibility of the Biodiesel Business Plan, possible multiple exit points can be suggested.

8. Financial Analysis

The purpose of this section is to highlight the profitability of the Biodiesel Business Plan. Relevant lines of
profit include sales/ revenue of goods and services and possible carbon emissions revenues. The evaluation
shall be credible with conservative estimates being used throughout this section.

a. Financial Assumptions

As a guide, financial assumptions shall entail but are not limited to the following categories:

CAPEX Assumptions,Expense AssumptionsRevenue AssumptionsProject Operating Assumptions

Financing Assumptions (cost of capital, interest cost etc)

b. Biodiesel Business Plan Cashflows

The cashflows from the project will be built on the assumptions defined in the previous section. In turn, the
projected cashflows will form the basis for the financial results in the next section. The cashf/ows can be
augmented by other statements such as the income statement, the balance sheet and other relevant
financial statements.

c. Biodiesel Business Plan Returns

This section shall include the possible economic returns and the relevant ratios that will be important in
evaluating the economic feasibility of the Biodiesel Business Plan. Any combination of recognised investment
indicators and ratios may be used that are appropriate to the nature of the project: eg -IRR, ROCE, Rot,
EBIT, and EBITDA, Break Even, Payback Period, DSCR, LLCR etc. . . .

9. Risk Analysis
The risks involved in implementing the project and or running the Biodiesel Business Plan shall be described
in appropriate detail. These risks typically entail but are not limited to;

a. Biodiesel Business Plan Specific Risks -completion risk, counterparty risks, performance risks

b. Cost I Price I Revenue Risks

c. Technology Risk,

d. Country Specific & Political Risk -change in regulation,

e. Industry Wide Risk .6. Financial Risks.

Summaries the steps taken/planned to deal with and mitigate the principal risks. Investors will focus on key
targeted risks connected with the particular Biodiesel Business Plan model or industry.

10. Stress Test Scenarios And Upside Analysis

The impacts of downside risk and upside potentials that could affect the returns of the Biodiesel Business
Plan in the future shall be presented and financially modeled if possible. The downside analysis shall focus
on those risks that represent the greatest threat to the Biodiesel Business Plan/ project as identified in the
Risk Analysis section and shall avoid modeling generalized risks (eg 5% downturn in turnover).

11. Conclusion

Highlight the chief strengths and benefits of the project I Biodiesel Business Plan and summaries why an
investor shall consider investing.