ACKNOWLEDGEMENT BY THE  PATENT OWNERS

Nypa Fruticans had already been  summarized as a sustainable green clean renewable energy source that is more than capable to replace currently dominant fossil fuels, of course given enough investment for its further development. The main advantage Nypa Palm is that it is ecologically acceptable energy source, that unlike fossil fuels do not release large quantities of CO2 and other harmful greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, causing global warming and climate change.


This is really the advantage that should mean faster development of sustainable green clean renewable energy technologies because world will otherwise lose the battle against climate change. Global leaders has become aware of this fact, and world looks ready to embrace new rules that should reduce current emission levels. In order to succeed in this world will need to stop relying on fossil fuels to satisfy its energy demand, and will have to focus on sustainable green renewable energy source, and make it more effective.


Studies have indicate Nypa Sustainable Green Clean Renewable Energy meets all of international criteria's for Green Technology with merits and it is a zero waste industry.


Green Technology refers to products, equipment or systems which satisfy the following criteria:


PROSPECTS OF NYPA FRUTICANS FOR BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION

Nypa fruticans is a non-threatened and underutilized sugar-yielding palm found along river estuaries and mangrove forests. It produces rich sugar sap from its inflorescence continuously for up to 100 years. Nypa abundantly grows in Southeast Asia, northward to Philippines, Ryukyu Islands and southward to north Queensland. This vigorously growing palm has no reported international trade and it is only used domestically in family enterprises and cottage industries among the rural community. Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc., Kyoto along with General Environmental Technos Co. Ltd, Osaka, is carrying out a feasibility study on the potential utilization of Nypa sap throughout Southeast Asia, and various parts of Nypa palm for bioethanol production. The bioethanol production pathway developed  is shown below. This project will help generate sustainable livelihood for coastal communities as well as initiate coastal rehabilitation.



Stakeholder of

IP No WO2007083990

United Nations

Tracking Progress: Transport biofuels

Biofuels can provide up to 27% of world transportation fuel by 2050


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