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Friday, August 12, 2011

Links updated and upgraded

For any of the readers: links in left panel updated to contain the right information. As one might notice, Marinduque is mentioned a number of times as this was the first area I would like to implement the plans. I had an investor lined up, visiting the area but unfortunaly progress could not be made in that area. As I do not like to be without alternatives, a number of other areas in the Philippines had their share with power problems as well. This has led to implementation of the same plans in areas on Mindanao. Status and coordination of those project are mentioned in the business plan. Specific information is also available but prefer -for now- to keep that accessible to the parties involved until all agreements for the first power plant are settled.    

GRARADO GREEN ENERGY: Jatropha as a new side crop

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Monday, June 20, 2011

Jatropha as a new side crop

Promoting the Jatropha as a new side crop to enhance productivity on the current farmland and the abandoned lots of farmland. Extracting the oil from the Jatropha as a new export product. Producing the oil on the spot to save on logistics and to keep the minerals in the area. Producing electricity from the bio-residues and use the residues as fertilizers additive. Agri waste, any kind does have value as feedstock to the power generating plants.
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