Bio Ethanol production is a mature global Industry
Since a conventional global ethanol industry already exists, Byogy has access to sufficient renewable bio ethanol feedstock to make its first billion gallons of renewable jet fuel by 2014 and perhaps earlier.
Byogy`s renewable jet fuel needs no new infrastructure
Byogy does not need to build new biorefineries or buy and retro-fit existing ethanol plants to make different alcohols, like bio butanol in order to make renewable biojet.
Byogy`s jet fuel needs no new feedstocks
Byogy utilizes any source of ordinary bio ethanol and converts it directly into renewable jet fuel.
Quick Market Entry
Byogy can enter the market quickly through its ability to make bio-jet fuel from any source of bio ethanoll
Secure largest market share earlier than most competitors
Byogy has the ability to secure the largest market share and be the industry`s low cost producer of renewable jet fuel a full decade before the most optimistic projections from most other competitive processes.
The Hydrogen Hoax
There is no need for large quantities of expensive externally supplied hydrogen from fossil fuel sources or massive hydrogen manufacturing infrastructure to make renewable jet fuel or gasoline as most competitive processes require.
There is no need to invent or develop new "magic" bugs or enzymes
Byogy does not require the use, development, or invention of any new or expensive enzymes, genetically modified organisms or breakthroughs in industrial biotechnology. Byogy's process technology can be adapted to any current bio ethanol production plant.
There is no need to make bio-butanol or other mixed alcohols
It is completely unnecessary to invent new ways and means to make bio-butanol or other mixed alcohols, in order to make high quality, cost competitive renewable jet fuel. Byogy can produce advanced, renewable jet fuel from ordinary bio ethanol. Byogy's technology can take the hydrous ethanol from an ethanol plant (before the molecular sieve) and process a direct conversion to jet fuel and gasoline. There is no need to retrofit an exisitng ethanol plant or affect its operation.