Think of the Inbicon process as the one that pays you back. The Inbicon Biomass Refinery doesn’t just take energy, it produces energy in the form of a lignin powder biofuel-enough to run the entire production of the fuel ethanol and its co-products and even show a surplus. How can you use the extra energy? To help run an adjacent grain-fed process. To co-power other manufacturing operations at your plant site. Or, when you integrate the Inbicon Biomass Refinery with a coal-fired power plant, the lignin can replace some of the coal. It has about the same energy density as anthracite, and comes from the Inbicon process so clean it needs no additional treatment; it can be burned by the power station to generate green electricity without risk of boiler scaling.