HIGHLIGHTED PROJECTS

Proafin General Partners are a developer and advisors of small to large-scale renewable energy projects, biofuels projects and agriculture development projects in Africa. Our focus is on bioenergy and biofuel projects that produce low-carbon transportation fuels and electricity from sustainable biomass feedstock including sugarcane, cassava, maize and jatropha. The economic growth and prosperity of Africa is directly associated with energy availability, and today the majority of energy is imported, which dry out a country’s valuable foreign currency reserves. It is our strategy to work with our local African governments and private companies to utilise their abundant natural resources to produce renewable energy through sustainable agriculture development.

 

OUR GOALS IN AFRICA

Produce renewable energy from local sustainable feedstock

Create skilled and non-skilled employment opportunities at the operating plants, farms and factories

Provide economic opportunities for small-scale farmers through significant out-grower schemes

Reduce emissions of carbon dioxide

Capital raising advisory

 

ONGOING PROJECTS:

CAMEROON:

  1. Assisting host partner for improved cultivation of Maize, Stevia, Pepper (Chili) and soybean.
  2. Developing a Sugar-Biofuel-bio fertilizer-co-generation-carbon dioxide bottling project with credible host and raising capital up to 150 million US$. This project include cultivation of 17,000 ha of sugarcane development programme and 5000 TCD Sugar complex, 30 MW electricity and 50KLPD distillery.
  3. Engaged with leading Cameroon-based Cocoa processing and exporting company for raising capital up to 500 Million US$.

NIGERIA:

  1. Assisting one of Nigerian host state Government and host private business partners for developing agricultural projects.
  2. Developing a Sugar-Biofuel-bio fertilizer-co-generation-carbon dioxide bottling project with credible host and raising capital up to 350 million US$. This project includes development of 23,000ha of sugarcane development programme and 12500 TCD Sugar complex, 50 MW electricity and 90KLPD distillery.
  3. Engaged with leading Nigeria-based Cashew processing and exporting company for raising capital up to 250 Million US$. The project includes cultivation of 12,000 ha of Cashew nut tree plantation.
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