Clenergen Corporation has entered into a 5,000 acre sub lease located in Guyana (South America) to cultivate Marjestica and Bamboo. Clenergen Corporation retains the right to sub lease an additional 145,000 acres of contiguous savannah lands located next to the river port with full barge loading facilities to export of wood chips from the port. The cost per tonne of wood chips delivered to the port is projected be at a very competitive price for export to the UK and USA markets.
Clenergen Corporation intends to establish energy crop plantations in Mozambique, Tanzania and Madagascar. The plantations will serve as a feedstock supply base for the export of wood chips to operating biomass power plants in Southern Africa and India. The cost of cultivation of energy crops will be low, since irrigation will not be required to cultivate bamboo and Melia dubia. Downstream, it is planned to install Rapid Thermal Processing Technology )RTP) to convert the wood chips into Pyrolysis oil and hydrocarbon fuel for export and blending with fossil fuel at refineries located in the Middle East.
Clenergen Corporation has entered into a Strategic Alliance with Energy Technologies (PVTY) Limited based on Johannesburg, South Africa for the purpose of installing Gasification Biomass Power Plants located in South Africa and in the Copper Mining Belt of Zambia. Energy Technologies have been actively involved in renewable energy projects in Southern Africa for the past 4 years.
Clenergen Corporation intends to establish energy crop plantations in Mozambique Sri Lanka and export the wood chips to operating biomass power plants in Southern India The cost of cultivation of energy crops will be low, since irrigation will not be required to cultivate bamboo and Melia dubia.