Multi-Billion Structured Project Finance for the Asia-Pacific Region

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“POWER GENERATION PROJECTS” IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

Mach Global Power, together with our consortium of Financial – Technological and Development Team, has been invited by several countries in the Asia Pacific Region to co-participate in the proposed “Power Generation Plant Project” integrated with a “Kenaf Agri-Business and Infrastructure Projects” and other Infrastructure and Development Projects.

Kenaf Plant for Energy
The Kenaf Plant is dubbed as one of the major sources for the empowerment of “The Green Energy” that most believed to be the future and solution to the depleting natural resources. With its fast growth rate and multiple usage for various industries, particularly in paper and energy, the Kenaf Plant will help conserve all the other natural resources which were abused due to high demands.

The concerned offices of the Asia Pacific Region has indicated that the initial studies confirmed that all key drivers are in place for establishing and operating a viable power generation plant project with a Multi-Billion integrated with Kenaf Farm Project and other infrastructure and development projects for the ever increasing demand for kenaf pulp with emphasis in the export of said kenaf pulp to Japan, certain countries in Europe and other worldwide market similar to the Mach Global Power Group led consortium proposed environmental and energy project development-technology financing undertaking in Mainland China and in other Asean countries utilizing the Mach Global Power’s consortium of development – technological – financial team members, including, in the heat recovery under the energy conservation program thus contributing to the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). Mach Global Power Group is also involved in similar undertaking in other countries, and we have been apprised that the proposed Power Generation Plant integrated with Kenaf Agri-business project in the Asia Pacific Region’ identified location meet economy of scale in  power industries and ecological project criteria and dovetails with Asia’s over-arching socio-economic, industrialization, and development policies. The establishment of the said undertaking is expected to result in thousand of new jobs and spin-off economic development outside of certain countries in the Asia Pacific Region’s existing high-growth regions. This is true as well for certain countries in the Asia Pacific Region in particular.

In view of the foregoing, Mach Global Power together with its consortium of technological – development and financial team seeks to establish a mutually beneficial relationship that will contribute to Asia’s socio-economic, energy and energy conservation program projects in line with the Global Warming Program as well, including in trade finance in the sale of important kenaf pulp to Japan, and other worldwide market.

Such relationships signal a new form of cooperation between our respective countries and the developing countries in particular.

Mach Global Power Group recognizes and admires the significant and rapid progress of certain countries in Asia that has made a growing of its economy by adopting new technological know-how and in the process improving the quality of life of the people of the Asia Pacific Region in particular.

We look forward in providing Mach Global Power Group’s in collaboration with its financial development partners worldwide expertise in the above financial and management undertaking, including, in particular in sharing our relationships in technological innovation in various fields of endeavor.  We thank again in choosing our Mach Global Power Group as your “Partner in Progress.”

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