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  • Jupeng Bio Fueling a Cleaner Tomorrow through Sustainable Carbon Conversion

    Jupeng Bio's advanced bioenergy technology takes wastes and sustainably turns them into advanced biofuel and renewable power.

    Backed by decades of experience in developing and licensing industrial-scale technology, Jupeng Bio creates more sustainable communities and transportation by converting waste and non-food crop biomass into advanced biofuel. The Jupeng Bio technology solution uses a flexible approach that is safe, fast and reliable, allowing it to be commercialized wherever there is waste. By taking this localized approach, Jupeng Bio reduces landfill and air pollution, creates jobs, generates tax revenue and safely produces renewable fuel and clean energy.

  • 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 Acquisition - 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 : Broke Ground to Build 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.

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    The Jupeng Bio process captures non-food, waste carbon to produce high purity ethanol.

    The need to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels is pressing. Bioethanol has the potential to significantly reduce our dependence on oil-derived fuels for transport. However, we are still just at the beginning of the biofuels journey. It is against this backdrop that Jupeng Bio is seeking to commercialize its leading bioethanol technology. The Jupeng Bio Ethanol is an exceptionally high performing biofuel in terms of carbon footprint and sustainability measures. It delivers more than 90% greenhouse gas savings vs. gasoline, has the potential to be cheaper than gasoline, and does not require food crops or agricultural land.

    Products - Bio Ethanol

    Bioethanol is a renewable fuel. It reduces greenhouse gas emissions compared to gasoline. When bioethanol is combusted, it effectively returns carbon dioxide back to the atmosphere, which had been taken out relatively recently as the biomass grew. Conversely, burning traditional gasoline releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from carbon that has been stored in the form of oil over a significantly longer time period.


    There are three main approaches to producing bioethanol from biomass materials:

    1. Conventional fermentation of sugars obtained from sugar and starch crops
    2. Hydrolysis of cellulose to sugars using acid or enzymes followed by fermentation of the sugars
    3. Gasification of any organic based feedstock to syngas followed by conversion 

    The Jupeng Bio process falls into the third category. It is an advanced thermochemical and biochemical technology, which can convert cellulose, hemi-cellulose and lignin efficiently to clean bioethanol which can be blended with gasoline for automotive transport.


    Jupeng Bio's bioethanol has been certified by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard D4806. The bioethanol has been commercially produced and sold into distribution in the USA.

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