Kunjir Bio Energy

Kunjir Bioenergy LLP creates new opportunities for sustainable rural development, encouraging energy crops and the creation of agro-industries, thus contributing to maintaining levels of work and income in the rural environment.

Step towards sustainability

Bioethanol and biodiesel are sources of renewable and clean energy that, for some time, have been reliably and credibly replacing gasoline and diesel oil in vehicle engines and contribute to the safety and diversification of the energy supply. Their use in a pure state or in mixtures with fossil fuels reduces CO2 emissions, hinders the progress of climate change and reduces the emission of contaminating agents into the atmosphere

Our processes

Services Offered

  • Rain water harvesting plans
  • Safety Audit for the industry
  • Remote Sensing and GIS
  • Ecology and Biodiversity studies
  • Geotechnical Investigation, hydrogeology studies
  • Central Ground Water Authority Permission

Clearance Certificates

Bioenergy: Cleaner & Greener Future

What it is?

Bioenergy is renewable energy derived from biomass (any organic material which has stored sunlight in the form of chemical energy) which includes biological material such as plants and animals, wood, waste, (hydrogen) gas, and alcohol fuels. In essence it is the utilization of solar energy that has been bound up in biomass during the process of photosynthesis.

Why bio energy

  • Use of biomass energy has the potential to greatly reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Unlike petroleum, ethanol is a renewable resource
  • Ethanol burns more cleanly in air than petroleum, producing less carbon (soot) and carbon monoxide.
  • The use of ethanol as opposed to petroleum could reduce carbon dioxide emissions, provided that a renewable energy resource was used to produce crops required to obtain ethanol and to distil fermented ethanol.​

Bioenergy for India

Bioenergy developments have the potential of making energy available to rural populations with limited access to other energy sources, and this can promote economic development.
Increased rural income and reduced levels of poverty in developing countries, restoration of unproductive and degraded lands and promotion of economic development. ​
Potential to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which are a global concern.

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