In India, the Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel has developed the Biodiesel Business Academy to provide quality, impartial, informative and enjoyable advanced level training with enhanced technology in the field of biodiesel production. The BBA delivers training to international and national participants/professionals of green energy industry to increase and distribute knowledge and skills.
The program covers the full range of topics on agronomy, farming of various biodiesel feedstocks including manufacturing bio-oil/biodiesel, sustainable business planning, clean energy technology and corporate carbon reduction etc.
Additionally, it will be hosting international meetings in Jaipur throughout 2012 that will explore the state of the art of moringa, jojoba and pongamia as feedstocks for biodiesel production.
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