1 Create Feedstock Internally 2 3 4 Business Model The beyond green business model is a result of observing, participating and learning from the alternative fuel and biodiesel industries’ successes and struggles over the last several years. Although many industry participants wrestle to address issues caused by centralized strategies, large capital expenditures and unsustainable processing methods. Currently the two most pressing challenges affecting the Biofuel industry are the rising cost and shrinking supply of feedstock, and the expiration of federal production credits. These factors have combined to force many biofuel companies to scale back operations or, in many cases, cease production all together. Ironically, this unfortunate set of circumstances have created what we feel is a compelling opportunity. Our business model represents a new approach to biofuel production and is based on the following core strategies: Revenue Diversification Biofuel Profitability Without Incentives Specific Market Focus: Off Road Diesel
1 Phase 1: Perfect Business Model Locally 2 3 4 Vision and Strategy The beyond green objective is to be recognized as a leader in the biofuel industry through the introduction of a new approach to biofuel production that will set the standard for sustainable and profitable operations without the need for government subsidies. To achieve our objective we will employ a phased strategy Phase 2: Regional Network Development Phase 3: National Rollout Phase 4: International Expansion Our objective is to become the leading producer of affordable biofuels worldwide through the introduction of new technologies and processes. Our mission is to facilitate the expansion of biofuel industry through innovation, eclipsing solar as the primary driver in the production of alternative energy.
Bio Alchemy Current estimates suggest that every 1 million inhabitants in a municipality will create approximately 1.2 million gallons of usable raw materials for renewable diesel production. Grease Trap Waste Brown Grease Recycled Water Organic Solids
Thermal Depolymerization By locating our trap grease processing facility in close vicinity to where trap grease haulers are highest in concentration, we offer attractive savings in terms of transportation and labor costs. These cost savings may be as much as $5,900 per year, per vacuum truck used in hauling trap grease.
Tipping Fees Feedstock Revenue Model Organic Solids Brown Grease Gov’t Incentives $75.00 Per Ton $180,000 Annually Per Facility $1. - $1.30 Per Gallon $550,000 – $715,000 Annually Per Facility $.10 - $.30 Per Gallon $1.4 – $4.3 Million Annually Per Facility 637 M (IRS) RINs (EPA) Brown Grease And Solids Qualify In addition to providing beyond green with low-cost bio feedstock, we provide municipalities with a much needed solution for the treatment of grease trap waste received from local haulers, a problem that significantly increases maintenance costs to waste water treatment plants each year and shortens the lifespan of community landfills.
Feedstock to Biofuel Industry experts agree, controlling the cost and availability of feedstock is the only way to pursue profitable biofuel production. Each grease trap waste recycling facility can supply over 40,000 gallons of brown grease per month, significantly reducing the need for externally sourced feedstock and producing complementary revenue streams from tipping fees and the sale of organic solids.
Resource Recovery Production data based on 6 days, 8 hours per day of operations Each trap grease recycling facility is able to provide over 41,000 gallons of brown grease feedstock monthly.
Feedstock Revenue Model Sales revenue data based upon ABF Kissimmee, Florida operating results. Potential income for RINs not included. Facilities are located close to municipal centers in areas convenient to waste haulers.
Facility Operating Expenses Expense data based upon ABF Kissimmee, Florida operating results. Our revenue model is unique in that the recycling of trap grease produces multiple revenue steams with virtually zero raw material costs.
Key Features Developed and Designed by Affordable Bio Feed Stock Inc. Proprietary Process Commercially Available Equipment Unit Average Daily Capacity: 50,000 gallons Modular Design, Scalable and Mobile Receiving Station with Automated Account Tracking Influent Pump Station Automated Grease Trap Waste Process Equipment Scalable Storage Capacity Minimal Training and Regular Maintenance Two Operators Required with No Technical Skills Ideal for Public‐Private Partnerships with local Municipalities
Beyond Green Sustainable Biofuel Production
The affordability and availability of feedstock continues to be the major challenge to profitable biofuel production worldwide Our strategy involves not only recycling trap grease to produce a substantial amount of internally generated feedstock, recycling operations also produce multiple additional revenue streams. Diversified Revenue Generation Biofuel Tipping Fees Grease Solids
Internally Generated Feedstock Vertical Integration From Raw Material to Final Product and Power Generation Standardized Plant Design Decentralized Facilities Scalable Production New Bio Business Model
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In the 1960’s, America was the world’s largest exporter of oil, until U.S. oil production began to exhaust our domestic supply of this finite unsustainable resource. In 2008, Americans paid ten times more for imported oil than we sold it for in 1970.
Today, the US depends on foreign sources of oil for about 60% of its needs, and future US imports are projected to rise to 70% of demand by 2025.
Many industry experts have forecast that the peaking of conventional oil production will occur sometime within the next 20 years. Waiting until world conventional oil production peaks before wide-scale deployment of alternative fuels will leave the world with a significant liquid fuel deficit for 20 years or longer.
Waste to Energy Defined Our unique refining system converts inexpensive food waste oils and greases into a valuable alternative fuel products in high demand worldwide. We have created the first waste to energy business model in which revenue is produced at each step of the process , from waste disposal to biofuel distribution.
Profitability Matrix After giddy beginnings, biofuel production in the US began to decline in 2008. The resulting reduction in industry-wide valuations currently present attractive acquisition opportunities We utilize a multi-feedstock approach for biofuel production, and will be able to satisfy a substantial amount of our feedstock needs through internal sources Multiple Feedstock Model from Internal and External Sources Historically Low Industry Valuations Industry consolidation, new feedstocks, improved processing technologies and the ever increasing demand for energy will drive worldwide biofuel production to higher levels Revenues are generated through the recycling and production and distribution of biomass feedstock, biofuel blending, incentives and other ancillary activities Diversified Revenue Model Industry Recovery
Sales Finance Operations The Partnership Financing and Business Development: Green Street Capital Corporation Environmental Capital Advisors LLC Recycling and Refinery Operations: Metro BioEnergy Inc Affordable Bio Feedstock Inc Environmental Capital Advisors LLC We have existing relationships with major waste haulers, biofuel distributors and clean energy producers nationwide.
U.S. Growth Strategy The Beyond Green acquisition-based growth strategy seeks to develop a diversified and complimentary revenue model which we feel will begin to generate revenues within the first three months of operations and support rapid growth. Feedstock First: Control of feedstock price and availability is critical to our objective. We will initially invest in building 5 trap grease recycling facilities with the capacity to produce a significant percentage of the feedstock needed to support a 10 million gallons per year biofuel refinery. Each recycling facility will begin to generate revenue within 12 weeks from site preparation. Long term contracts with external sources of feedstock will augment internal capacity. Current Climate Favors Acquisitions: The biofuel industry is currently experiencing a number of challenges. These include the rising costs and limited supply of feedstock and the expiration of the $1 per gallon “blender’s credit” from the government. These and other factors have caused many operators to scale back or, in many cases, cease operations all together. As a result, an existing facility can be acquired at a substantial savings versus the cost and time of building a new facility. Once adequate feedstock capacity has been achieved, we plan to acquire an existing facility and begin biofuel production. Controlled Expansion: Our plans are to expand by creating a regional network of recycling and biofuel production facilities which will allow us to leverage relationships with customers and reduce transportation costs. Beginning in Central Florida, we plan to expand throughout the Southeastern United States. Ultimately, we plan to operate facilities in major markets nationwide.
Biofuel Pro Forma Based on a standard 5 million gallon (annually) biofuel plant
Organization Structure: Beyond Green is a Delaware limited liability company Capitalization: Beyond Green’s limited liability company Membership Interests are denominated in Units. The company has authorized 5,000 Units consisting 1,000 Class A voting Units and 4,000 Class B non-voting Units. Management: Beyond Green will be managed by a Board of Managers appointed by the Members owning Class A Units. Members owning at least 1,000 Class B Units have the right to appoint one Manager to the Board of Manager Offering Information: Beyond Green is offering to accredited investors only, up to 4,000 Class B Units at a price of $1,500 per Unit. The proceeds of this offering will be used primarily to build grease trap waste recycling facilities and to acquire a refinery.
For more information, please contact: Beyond Green Energy, LLC 150 North Orange Avenue Suite 410 Orlando, Florida 32801 T: (407) 286-6020 F: (407) 286-7788