Wood-pellet plant for export to be located in northeast Florida.
Pays itself back in 3 years. Tax incentives & Carbon Credits available.
  • Business Summary

    Complimenting the supply of wood pulp logs, shavings, and chips to be delivered by truck for processing plant to be located northeast Florida fiscal incentive industrial zone in order to manufacture... Read More.
  • Management

    Mr. Reis devoted 4 years for the intensive investigation of the wood-to-energy market in Florida, accumulated a network of engineers, consultants and individuals directly involved in the wood-to-energy... Read More.
  • Customer Problem

    In order to comply with the directives for reducing CO2 emissions of the Kyoto Protocol, the entire european energy industry must, by 2020, make use of at least 20% renewable resources... Read More.

  • Product / Services

    The pellet combustion or co-generation is considered a carbon-neutral cycle, for the reason that it will release back into the atmosphere the same amount of CO2 it was consumed during... Read More.
  • Target Market

    The wood-to-energy market is poised to grow from a 2 billion to a 20 billion dollar per year market in the next 10 years. A conservative increase in demand of 18% after 2010, it is estimated that demand... Read More.
  • Customers

    Utility power plants, co-generating along coal, in Europe, are by far the largest consumers of pellets, but it can also be bagged for residential use. Briquette are mostly for commercial/light industrial market... Read More.

  • Sales / Marketing Strategy

    Industrial production requires a small number of buyers. The production would be sold for a handful of bulk buyers in contracts of 2-3 years. The bargaining power is all in the hands of the producer of wood-pellet... Read More.
  • Business Model

    We will monetize operations by the bulk sales of wood briquette/pellets at 135 Euro per metric ton through payments received in the form of Commercial Letter of Credit...
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  • Competitors / Advantage

    Without government intervention by putting a price on CO2 emissions, the biomass-to-energy industry would have a harder challenge in order to compete with economics and cultural habits of coal and oil usage... Read More.