"A Sugar-Sweet EB-5 Opportunity"
At full capacity, the new CTS™ plant will be capable of processing over 1,000 tons of biomass each day, producing hundreds of tons of inexpensive sugar for use in ethanol production and other applications. Several end-buyers for the products of the first CTS™ plant have been identified, and commitments for the plant’s full capacity of cellulosic sugar have already been made. This translates into an established cash flow on a highly profitable process, as well as project security and peace of mind for EB-5 investors.
The CTS™ project boasts financial security due to a number of factors, including a verified patented process, signed purchase agreements, and established cash flow. These factors equate to a safe EB-5 opportunity because they promote profitability and allow the project to potentially reimburse investors as soon as the I-829 stage of the EB-5 process.
Carbolosic Plant I, LLC, and Alliance BioEnergy +, Inc., have secured an agreement with Palm Beach Aggregates for the first CTS™ plant to be located in Palm Beach County, Florida. The project is located in a designated Target Employment Area (“TEA”), which qualifies investors for a $500,000 EB-5 investment.
These benefits set the CTS™ opportunity apart in the marketplace. They also mean that the project will sell out quickly. Interested applicants are encouraged to act now by contacting Alliance BioEnergy +, Inc. or their immigration representatives today.
Strong Cash Flow
The EB-5 loan represents 79% of the total project cost. The total project raise will be $41.8 million (USD).
The estimated profits realized by the project grow to nearly 3 times the EB-5 loan by the end of year 2, signifying strong cash flow and project security.