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This week on Under the Radar we look at the extremely lucrative Biofuels industry – commonly thought of as ethanol production.Specifically, the niche sector within the industry developing large scale cellulosic ethanol production which uses plant-based waste products to produce ethanol instead of the traditional corn based method reliant on commodity pricing and recent supply chain problems associated with the "food versus fuel" debate. And within that sector, a little-known public company Blue Biofuels, formerly known as Alliance Bioenergy Plus trading under the symbol ALLM.ALLM has developed patented science that allows them to produce cellulosic ethanol from plant-based waste products without the use of the traditional expensive enzymes or harmful chemicals in the conversion process.Utilizing a natural, inexpensive and very widely available catalyst ALLM’s proprietary methodology transforms readily available plant-based waste products into energy rich biofuels and bioplastics as a totally organically digestible byproduct that can further be processed into recyclable plastic products such as utensils and drinking straws. This technological breakthrough could propel ALLM to the top of what is estimated to be a $248 Billion biofuel market segment by 2027. Having recently restructured the company financially and having a sound balance sheet and experienced management team with prior success taking technologies to market in place, plus having recently raised capital with little debt on the books, ALLM is well positioned to expand their science and generate revenues within the lucrative Biofuels sector.
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