Our initial project in Cambodia, is the sustainable production of Biodiesel from oil extracted from the Jatropha Carcus plant, a plant that is hardy, grows in non-arable soil, is non edible, so does not compete with food production and thrives on little water. Oil is extracted from the seed, then converted to Biodiesel and the seed residue is then used as a natural fertiliser or used for Biogas production.

Apart from Biodiesel production, we will be developing skills and infrastructure for the local population, assisting in their social and economic upliftment and reducing the country’s reliance on fossil fuels, thus reducing their carbon footprint.

Our future projects are to expand Biodiesel production in Malaysia, Sri Lanka and other Asian countries.