Blue Sky Bio Ltd.
The world’s first and only, industry demand meeting, fossil fuel price competitive, green, thermal energy solution.
No cost effective technology exists that allows for big industry to feasibly transition into large-scale, green, heat and power…
Food & Beverage and Agricultural commodity byproduct wastes are under utilised
No profit-generating CO2 sequestration methodology exists…
Blue Sky Bio Biorefinery
Any soft / green organic input material into:
Volatile Fatty Acids;
rapid, large volume, year-round supply of green refinery alternatives
Opportunity 1: processing of food and beverage commodity Byproducts (wastes) with low value adding handling solutions:
Indonesia - POME (palm oil)
Brazil - vinasse (bioethanol)
USA - glycerine (biodiesel)
China - rice mill effluent
Russia - sugar beet byproduct
America - soy byproduct
South Africa - sisal
Europe - beer production
Nigeria - cassava byproducts
Spain - orange juice waste
France - wine byproduct
Scotland - whisky byproduct
Italy - olive oil mill effluent
Marginal areas - halophytes
>10bn tonnes of agricultural and processing plant by-product exclusively available globally
Opportunity 2: Global agricultural crop residues as feedstock
Opportunity 3: Opportunity 3: Carbon Sequestration via Halophytes / seaweed
The harvesting of desert and sea vegetation is a cost effective solution that also does not to compete with land, freshwater or agriculture resources.
The Negev Desert in Israel, Masdar City in The UAE and Qingdao in China are all successful examples of marginalised area agriculture.
Seaweed and desert plants absorb atmospheric and marine CO2 and are highly suitable feedstocks for the BSB technology.
A landmass of 240,000km2 would absorb 1,000,000,000 tonnes of CO2e every year…
240,000km2 is not even 0.2% of all of the Earth’s land area.
The Earth is 35% desert (and rising)…