At Kalundborg, our refinery can produce up to 1.4 million gallons a year of cellulosic ethanol, which we’ve named The New Ethanol. In Malaysia, we’re planning projects between 5 and 10 million gallons a year. In the United States, our first commercialization will produce 20 million gallons a year. Most everywhere in the world soft biomass grows, there exists a fertile opportunity for Inbicon Biomass Refineries to provide a solution to the shortage of renewable fuel from non-food processing. Our technology is as flexible as the crops are variable. We can convert wheat straw in Denmark or North Dakota, corn cobs and stover in Ontario or Iowa or China, empty fruit bunches on the Malay Peninsula, miscanthus in the U.S. Midwest, sugar bagasse in Brazil or Florida. Wherever you find crops, you find crop residue.
And that’s where you’ll find Inbicon.