In 1989, A small highly dedicated team of researchers led by Dr. James Gaddy developed an innovative biochemical process in Arkansas, which has become the heart of the Jupeng Bio platform. The discovery was honed for many years and eventually culminated in the construction of a pilot plant fermenter in Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1994. The team in Arkansas joined with INEOS Bio, now Jupeng Bio to create a multi-disciplinary global team with the capabilities to commercialize this technology.
1989 : Initial Discovery - Generation of Bioethanol by Bacteria
1994 : Fermentation Scale of Bioethanol Production in Fayetteville, AR, USA
2003 : Fully Integrated Gasification - Fermentation and Distillation Process being Demonstrated at the Pilot Plant
2011 : Ground breaking on the First Advanced Waste-to-Fuel Commercial Bioethanol Refinery in the USA
2013 : First Commercial-Scale Production of Cellulosic Bioethanol In the World using the Jupeng Bio Process Technology
2017 : Purchase of INEOS Bio by Jupeng Bio, Inc.