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Let me tell you why many believe Celluloic Ethanol is the wave of the future and why it will probably be in everyone's gas tank one day.

Obama could very possibly be the next US President and he supports Cellulosic Ethanol, view this video here where he says we must shift to it. If he gets into the White House early investors in RVBF could hit the jackpot. Video: 

Corn based Ethanol is always going to be around because by law a small portion of gasoline contain it but it's losing it's popularity because there's debate whether we should be growing corn to make ethanol while people are starving for food.

This has also created a serve inflation for many wheats and food prices. I believe bio mass Ethanol is the next hot trend so make sure you add RVBF to your watch list!!!

Bio mass ethanol is the perfect answer to everything because it uses organic waste, like grass, wood, plants to create fuel.

I'm not going to get into the specifics about how it's made but you can read about it on their website at: 

Another big push and why I think RVBF is going to be a huge hit is a tax credit given to producers.

The US Congress has put historically significant incentives into action in its 2008 Farm Bill (also known as the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008) to advance commercial scale production of cellulosic ethanol. This bill passed by a wide bipartisan margin in both houses and enjoys the support of both major Presidential candidates.

First the bill provides for $920 Million in loan guarantees to construct biorefineries that produce advanced biofuels. Raven's slate of US projects to be announced will benefit from the loan guarantee program when we are securing financing.

Second the bill provides for $400 Million in incentives for advanced biofuels. These incentives are similar to grants and are awarded to US companies to explore methods of generating biofuels from alternative feedstocks like agriculture waste.

RVBF intends to announce at least two refinery projects in the U.S. this year and potentially another in Canada. Raven is planning to build out 100,000,000 gallons of production over the next five years. 

Initial biorefineries will have a capacity of 10 Million gallons per year and a projected cost of under $1.00 per gallon as a result of Raven's more "traditional" refinery model where it produces ethanol and high value specialty chemicals.

Another big reason why I like RVBF at these levels is because they are out of their R&D stage, where they invested $24 Million!!

RVBF has 9 US patents in three principle areas; process patents for separating sugars to make ethanol and high value chemicals, fuel additives and diesel fuel mixtures. 

17 International Patents Granted including Europe, Japan, China, India. 

Andy Karsner, from the US Department of Energy, recently said that although the US Government currently supports the use of corn ethanol it is only because it is “a necessary precursor to the larger scaling of ethanol and alternative fuels in general”. He predicts that cellulosic ethanol will replace corn-based ethanol by 2012. 

Make sure you add RVBF to your watch list!!
RVBF is working in a sector that could change things significantly in the future!

We've been relying on oil for so long but how long will we be able to afford it? Long gone are the days when you can fill up your car for under $20.

Experts have predicted oil to hit $200 soon!

Not to mention the fact that the world's oil reserves are running out and one day we could face a huge crisis if something isn't done.

RVBF knows that we need alternative sources of energy for survival in this busy world.

This is where RVBF comes in.

RVBF could explode once cellulosic ethanol takes off in the markets.

RVBF's mission is to be a low-cost producer of cellulosic biofuels through the acquisition and licensing of leading edge technologies.

RVBF and its technology partners have been leading the charge to develop technologies and processes that will transform cellulosic waste biomass into renewable fuels

The technology that RVBF has chosen to commercialize is based on Acid Hydrolysis and further proprietary technology which can produce high value specialty chemicals from agriculture waste products, hence reducing the production cost of ethanol below $1.00 per gallon.

A chart that illustrates RVBF's technology can be seen here: 

RVBF's technology not only can save us money but provides many environmental benefits as well, like reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution!

Recently studies have shown that air pollution kills about 50,000 people in the U.S. each year! 

Global warming could affect us at an alarming rate soon. One day we could be faced with huge agriculture issues and widespread disease all over the world.

Even President Bush understands how important renewable fuels are!

His goal is to produce 35 billion gallons of renewable fuels a year by 2017.

RVBF announced their first project in British Columbia.

In partnership with Spectrum Energy, RVBF will develop cellulosic biorefineries in British Columbia that will convert Mountain Pine Beetle (MPB) softwood and other biomass to ethanol and high value furfural chemicals. Spectrum's experience and relationships in the BC forestry industry as well as hands on knowledge of large scale construction are viewed by RVBF as key assets in developing biofuels in BC. 

RVBF's biorefinery is initially projected to produce 10 million gallons of ethanol and chemicals!

RVBF is also currently working to assisting bringing renewable fuels production to Vietnam. Sites in the Northern and Southern provinces are being evaluated.

RVBF and Pure Energy Corporation of Paramus, NJ have announced their intention to merge the two companies. Under the proposed terms, Pure Energy shareholders will receive Raven shares representing a majority and controlling interest and $3 Million in cash based on Raven shares being valued at $1.85 per share. The company intends to construct cellulosic ethanol plants worldwide.

RVBF President Ian Grant commented, "Raven and Pure combined will create a leader in the biofuels industry for the development and deployment of technologies that profitably transform waste into biofuels."

"We have spent 14 years and over $25 Million to advance our technology platform for converting agriculture wastes and other feedstocks to ethanol. This has resulted in the development of an industry leading technology platform and an intellectual property portfolio of 30 patents in the United States and Internationally," said Dr. Irshad Ahmed, CEO of Pure Energy. "We believe that our relationship with Raven will fast-track the commercial application of our leading edge technology. Raven will also be instrumental in commercializing our other patented technologies that reduce emissions and improve the performance of transportation fuels."

RVBF realizes that ethanol could be the fuel of the future.

Big companies like GM have announced an investment in cellulosic ethanol start-up Coskata. The company is promising inexpensive ethanol that produces 84% less greenhouse gas emissions than burning a gallon of petrol. 

Mott MacDonald is RVBF's engineering partner for their first cellulosic ethanol plant in India. 

Mott MacDonald's US$1.5 billion business spans 140 countries with 11,000 staff working in all sectors from transport, energy, buildings, water and the environment to health and education, industry and communications. Their breadth of skills, sectors, services and global reach makes them one of the world's top players in delivering management, engineering and development solutions for our customers.

RVBF has established relationships with companies worldwide to bring their vision of producing cellulosic ethanol to reality. From technology providers, joint venture partners, and financial institutions to world-renowned engineering firms, RVBF has the partners to successfully construct and operate cellulosic ethanol plants.

The chart on RVBF looks attractive here, add it to your watch list and always do your own research.

More information on RVBF is available at their website at:
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