Profile & History

The Company’s private equity strategic business model centers on addressing major challenges now and in the future to the world (such as food/water/land scarcity, climate change, energy, health, communication) through new advanced disruptive technology including information and biotechnology, reducing carbon emissions, innovative agriculture technology, clean energy, carbon REDD and efficient resources that offer compelling cost, operational and environmental efficiencies supporting a strong established global asset base. The Company has identified the potential to expand the worlds manufacturing capability and to create new industry and employment opportunities in regional developing world areas.

As a part of the Company’s mid-to-long term strategy to diversify its portfolio and ensure the company is financially robust, the company has strategically identified a number of high value industrial, infrastructure and resource business segments. These include the commercially proven T-Steel and Clean Coal Technologies, the production-ready mining of steel-related raw materials, exporting of high grade iron ore, and road and low cost housing construction.

These businesses in turn can finance new disruptive technologies.

The intended technology investments span a range of energy sources – Water to Hydrogen, new batteries, Solar and perpetual energy, Wireless Energy Transmission, and Carbon Emission off-sets across diverse financial structures. The Company places priority on its diverse investments generating economic, social and environmental benefits, including building capacity and capability within the renewable and low carbon energy sector, demonstrating applications and financing for new technologies, development of new or existing businesses and development of new technologies and expertise.

The projects are categorised in the following divisions;

• Industrial Technology
• Agriculture and Property
• Carbon and Clean Energy
• Information and Biotechnology
• Resources
• Future Science
• Services and Infrastructure