Biodiesel Plant

Biodiesel Production Plants are facilities that convert vegetable oils, animal fats, and even used cooking oils into a clean-burning, renewable fuel source. Biodiesel is a biodegradable and sustainable alternative to traditional fossil fuels, which can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality. The production process of biodiesel involves a chemical reaction called transesterification, which converts the fats and oils into a fuel that can be used in diesel engines. This process is relatively simple and can be done using basic equipment and technology. At a biodiesel production plant, you will find a variety of equipment, including reaction vessels, separation tanks, and storage tanks. These plants also have equipment for handling, processing, and storing raw materials, as well as waste management systems. In addition to producing biodiesel, these plants must also adhere to strict environmental regulations to minimize their impact on the environment. This includes controlling emissions, managing waste, and implementing sustainable practices such as recycling and conservation of resources. By choosing biodiesel as your source of fuel, you are not only reducing your carbon footprint but also supporting the growth of the renewable energy industry. With the increasing demand for sustainable energy solutions, biodiesel production plants are becoming a vital component in the transition to a greener future. If you’re interested in investing in or learning more about biodiesel production plants, please contact out team for more information. We strive to provide the most up-to-date information on biodiesel production, as well as the latest developments in the industry.

Biodiesel is produced from vegetable oils, yellow grease, used cooking oils, or animal fats. The fuel is produced by transesterification—a process that converts fats and oils into biodiesel and glycerin (a coproduct). Approximately 100 pounds of oil or fat are reacted with 10 pounds of a short-chain alcohol (usually methanol) in the presence of a catalyst (usually sodium hydroxide [NaOH] or potassium hydroxide [KOH]) to form 100 pounds of biodiesel and 10 pounds of glycerin (or glycerol). Glycerin, a co-product, is a sugar commonly used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

Business Model

EBFC Business Partners/Franchise plan to start a Biofuel Project. EBFC groups will tie-up with Business Partners/Franchise in a unique model in which both parties will get benefited.

In this model, Business Partners/Franchise Partner puts resources into Land, Infrastructure, Licenses and EBFC gives Project Design, Unique Business Model, Permission support, Brand Promotions with Business Operations Support.

Steps To Open Bio Fuel Plant/Pump

Step 1


Apply to become a Biofuel Plant/Pump Owner, Franchisee. Applicants need to apply online via website : or Off-line to Email all relevant details and document on Email ID

Step 2


On receiving the application, EBFC Sales Team will get in touch with the applicant to assess their eligibility. They will then scrutinize the application, supporting documents, land area and location and applicant's financial background

Step 3


Once the application is approved, EBFC will do contact agreement with the applicants to start Biofuel Plant/Pump at applicants land. Applicant should be asked to submit required documents, Bank Guarantee, Credit Franchisee fee.

Eligibility Criteria

We are searching for Partners in our adventure to construct a feasible and upbeat future for India. Comprehend your qualification here

Ideally, franchise partner should be

  • Indian National above 21 years of age
  • Graduate with experience of managing retail store fronts / business
  • Clear title of land for fuel station on Highways / Peri Urban Roads / Urban
  • Financially stable
  • Entrepreneurial traits

Selection criteria

  • Land location, size and title
  • Entrepreneurial Experience
  • Financial History / Background and Financial Stability
  • Current and Future Commitments