BioBiz, the specialist bio-energy division of India’s leading cleantech consulting firm EAI, can assist you in identifying the right technology vendor for bioCNG production.

BioCNG is a fast growing market in India. With the Indian government plants to have 5000 Bio CNG plants by 2025 across the country, each producing 5 T of CNG every day, bioCNG plants are likely to present excellent business potential for a wide range of businesses, companies and entrepreneurs from diverse segments.

BioBiz, the bio-energy division of EAI, provides focused assistance on technology selection and technology vendor finder identification for your Bio CNG plants – all the way from 100 Kg of day to 10 T of day of bio-CNG production!

Our technology support for Bio CNG includes the following:

Entrepreneurs keen on entering an attractive business opportunity that is also environment friendly will find this opportunity productive and valuable.

This opportunity could be of specific interest to the following companies:

  • Providing detailed insights on the current state of Bio CNG technology, both for digestable biomass (food waste, animal/human waste) as well as for cellulosic waste (farm & crop waste)
  • Providing detailed insights on the latest technologies and innovations specifically for the bio-digester part of the bioCNG set up
  • Identifying high quality vendors and technology providers who can supply specific components/solutions solutions (CO2 scrubbing alone or compressing equipment alone, for instance) or provide a turnkey bio CNG set up
  • Assisting you in finally choosing the right vendor for your feedstock, capacity and geography

Why is this Opportunity Attractive?

  • Plastics-based foodware abound worldwide. India alone uses and throws away over 120 billion (about 12,000 crore) plastic-based foodware products such as plastic cups, plastic plates, spoons etc. A large portion of these end up in the soil, in lakes, rivers and oceans and result in significant pollution.
  • Equivalent foodware products based on biomass such as bagasse and rice husk are suitable substitutes for these products, and these are fully eco-friendly as they are completely degradable within a few months.
  • At even 50 paise per piece, plastic foodware market accounts for about Rs 6,000 crore per year and increasing every year. If bio-based foodware could replace a significant percentage of the market in the coming years, that could be a big market indeed for those investing this sector.
  • There’s hence a significant interest among businesses, end users and government for the production and use of bio-based foodware products. This hence constitutes an attractive business opportunity.

Interested in taking consulting assistance from EAI’s BioBiz team for the bio-based foodware business opportunity?

Send an email to consult@eai.in or Call Narsi 7358263274 with the subject Bio-based Foodware. We will get in touch with quickly. Thank you.

How Can BioBiz Consulting help you in this Opportunity?

EAI’s BioBiz consulting division has a dedicated focus on biomass based business opportunities. For the biodiesel business opportunity, our team can assist you on the following:

  • Market potential analysis
    • Current market size, growth and estimates for future growth
  • Analysis of Attractive Market Segments
    • Detailed analysis of growth potential in the key end use segments such as hotels, restaurants and other food & hospitality segments, as well as emerging nicheswithin and outside these segments
  • Supply and demand analysis
  • Competitor analysis
    • Competition from Indian companies
    • Companies from outside India – specifically Chinese companies

Detailed analysis of raw materials / feedstock

  • Bagasse
  • Wood Pulp
  • Rice Husk
  • Wheat Straw
  • Areca Leaves
  • Other sources


  • Drivers for bio-based foodwareuse – and what these drivers mean for an investor
  • Constraints for growth – and what the key levers are to overcome these constraints
  • Current market structure and its dynamics – characteristics of incumbents, supplier and buyer bargaining power, price elasticity for the various buyer segments…
  • Government policies and regulations on bioplastics production and sales and how these can influence the growth of bio-based foodware market
  • Financial and non-financial incentives/support for bio-based foodwareproduction and supply
  • Detailed inputs on taxes – for both raw materials and end products
  • Analysis of current logistics and distribution channels
  • Analysis of other related marketing strategies being pursued by current supplier
  • Detailed inputs on costs
    • Project costs - capital and other starting costs
    • Operational costs – conversion costs
    • Cost of finance
  • Inputs and insights on profit margins of the incumbents
    • Past and current data for profit margins, for various segments
    • Estimates for future profit margins
  • Financial viability analysis
    • Scenario and sensitivity analysis
  • Production processes and technologies used
    • Technology for upstream production – bagasse pulp making plant, for instance
    • Technology and machinery for downstream production – moulding equipments and machinery, for instance
  • Infrastructure and supporting facilities required for setting up a plant
  • Suppliers of technology and machinery for the various stages

Get to Know More

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Email: consult@eai.in

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About Us

Our specialized consulting division provides assistance in market research & business intelligence, market potential analysis, strategy consulting, technology vendor/supplier finder, technology & business due diligence, M&A assistance and more for the complete clean energy, environment and sustainability value chain.

We have assisted a range of stakeholders, small businesses/SMEs, startups, large corporations, state and central government, venture capital companies, private equity firms, investment banks, NGOs and more. Send a note to consult@eai.in if you wish to take our consulting help.

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