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Friday, December 14, 2007

Franchising BioEnergy



With people now getting more aware about the various concerns of the environment like global warming, civic minded business groups with the goal of addressing environmental issue have created an opportunity for us to save the environment while earning money at the same. The BioEnergy Group is a corporate and cooperative social enterprise Group formed in 2007 to implement a multi-billion peso 10-year national Fuel & Food Forest Farming (F4) Program with mass-based participation through the innovative cooperative FarmShare ownership mode.

Our Mission is To develop 380,000 hectares of idle land through Forest Farming for Fuel & Food.sharing its profits and benefits to millions of FarmShare owners, rural workers and Ecological Entrepreneurs nationwide, by the year 2018 and establish a Network of 760 Bioenergy Farm Coops nationwide.Each Bioenergy Farm Cooperative contains a 50-hectare mini-forest planted with 135,000 high yield trees.
  • 125,000 jatropha trees
  • 5,000 mango trees
  • 5,000 moringa/malunggay trees
With the depletion of fossil fuels as well as the rising cost of oil in the world market, coupled with the increasing awareness of environmental protection, has led to concerted and escalating efforts in search of a renewable and environmentally friendly alternative energy source. Experiments with biomass fuels have indicated that one of the promising renewable energy sources is vegetable oil, a simple product of solar energy.

The Diesel Engine was initially designed to use vegetable oils as fuel. The use of Petrol diesel came about later when oil wells started to produce oil on a large scale.

The proliferation and massive use of petrol based fuel has the side effect global warming, which, if unabated, can lead to catastrophic results. Convention on Climatic Changes was formed to address global warming by trying to stabilize the greenhouse gas concentration.

The promotion of biodiesel and other environment-friendly fuels is the best option to have the global economic machinery continue churning and at the same time achieve the objective of mitigating global warming.

With your help, we could have a drastic movement to use our entrepreneurial principles together to organize, create and manage a venture to make social and environmental change and assess our success in terms of the impact we can do to our society.

And with this, I would like to invite you all to join and become part of the Bioenergy Farm Multi-purpose Cooperative.

Benefits:

1.) Pro-rated lifetime income share of Bioenergy's F4 Forest Farming of Jatropha,Mango and Moringa Trees.

2.) Pro-rated lifetime income share (surplus and patronage refunds) from:
  • Bioenergy credit coop operations
  • Bioenergy consumer coop operatons
  • Bioenergy service coop operations
3.) Share in the Land Value

4.) Combined estimated annual yield can reach 20-40% per annum from full forest farming up to 50-75 years.

At your request, I can send you some details for your perusal. Should you be interested in this cooperation or have any questions in this regard, please feel free to contact me at +63905.349.35.36 or send me an email at andrew.viray@yahoo.com

Our Partners:

  • World Business Council for Sustainable Development
  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Asian Alliance Against Global Warming

BioEnergy Farm Development Corporation

The Management Arm of BioEnergy Farms MPC
Suite 1609 Medical Plaza Ortigas, San Miguel Avenue Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Philippines 1600.

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3 Comments:

At 8:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Question Lang po... If this is a Multi Billion Corporation as you claim it to be, how come you you dont even have website for it? You have to give us more proof that is not just another scam.

 
At 4:49 AM, Blogger cool_78 said...

They have a website. http://bioenergy.multiply.com/ Please visit their website or contact them for more details.

 
At 2:26 AM, Anonymous tropforest said...

You must be very bright: soliciting P267M investments for development of a 50hectare plantation when development costs on government lands may amount only to P2.5M.

 

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