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Introduction to our latest idea.

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The business idea is to bring together three different elements to address as much as possible the problems we face today. The three parts are...

1. Cultivation of bio-grass that is converted into energy  food and provide job opportunities.

2. Utilising solar energy where it is at its best to produce hydrogen.
3. Using electrolysis to produce green energy in Sweden.

We have divided the three steps and will seek investment for each of them in three stages. We start with the cultivation of biograss where the need for our knowledge is greatest. All three steps will be economically sustainable and provide returns to ensure survival.

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CSR work

CSR is the responsibility of companies for the impact they have on the society in which they operate. CSR is a process of integrating human rights, the environment, social responsibility and anti-corruption into strategy and operations. It involves reviewing, innovating and developing your business model, products and services. In many cases, CSR can also involve ensuring compliance with laws, for example in areas with weak governance systems. There are also global guidelines to be accepted and followed

About us

Mustafa Ismail
Mustafa is chairman of the Somaliland National Association and works closely with the Somaliland delegation in Sweden and has solid contacts in Somaliland at both government and local level. He is literally the fuel in the gang, it is he who has the contacts that make it possible to get access to the land we need to grow in Somaliland. He has good diplomatic skills and handles all negotiations at government level in the country. Personally, he is both humble and very sympathetic and wants to do the best for his country. He has chosen to work with us because we have a good purpose for our business.

His solid contacts and political understanding are an asset in the region where we will operate.

Within the company we speak the following languages: Somali, Arabic, Swedish, English, Thai, German, Flemish, French, Greek and Portuguese. 

Karolina Johnsson
Karolina is a trained gemologist, legal sociologist and accounting consultant and runs a micro fund in Africa. She is trained by Grameen Bank, among others. She has extensive experience of working in Africa and has a wide network both in Sweden and Africa. She is diversely trained in subject areas related to personnel and people and has extensive experience in her field as well as great social and cultural competence. Through her commitment and experience, she has over the years had a lot of contact with the media - both in TV, radio, newspapers and magazines. Since 2011, she has led several projects in Cameroon in school construction, poverty reduction, etc.
She is empathetic, responsive, tolerant and easy to learn and absorb new impressions.

Karolina is our CSR manager.

Lennart Vikström
Lennart, economist, entrepreneur, technician who has previously run businesses in Sweden. Among other things, he built up one of Sweden's first internet companies for durable goods. He has also been chairman of independent furniture retailers, as well as a board representative of the Swedish Furniture Retailers' Association and a deputy member of the Swedish Trade Federation. He is co-representative in Sweden for Somaliland. In recent years, he has helped people who are normally unable to start a business with a start-up. This with the help of various methods in behavioural science. Lennart has travelled and lived around the world and is a very skilled negotiator. Lennart is an important key person when we need to be able to grow our project and bring all the ideas together into a functioning whole. Because of his knowledge and experience, we can grow internationally and gain economic scalability.

Henning Dahlheim
Henning has helped more than 200 companies with counselling and financing. He specialises in the right business models for the right idea and how to make money. He is sought after in the area and often receives invitations for these types of questions. He also has solid experience in production surveys as well as budgeting and cost surveys to realise ideas into sustainable projects. He is a civil engineer with a specialisation in mechanical engineering and has a large network of inventors and engineers. He has been a member of the election committee for the Swedish Inventors' Association for 2 years and has been a member of Håkan Lans

inventors' association since 1999, where he has helped other inventors with networks and technical solutions.

Short summary of the idea.

As written above, the idea consists of three main parts. The first step is to plant CO2 negative biograsses that grow very fast. The growth is about 4 metres in 120-160 days. This gives 2 harvests per year. The plants then go to a factory where we make biomass from them. The biomass is then turned into CO2 negative carbon. The second part is about energy, we plan to extract hydrogen from water, for which we need a lot of energy. We will solve this with a gigantic solar park that will be located closer to the equator where we get the most energy per hour of sunlight. Land for this is already organised. In step three, we take the hydrogen to Sweden and the municipality of Oxelösund where we extract electricity, large amounts of CO2 negative electricity. We bind the hydrogen in the coal we have produced to make transport cheaper and safer. Some of the coal and hydrogen will be left in the country of origin to support their environmental and economic work. The actual cultivation of the bio-grass is managed by farmers who receive 10 hectares each, some of the biograss they can use for their lifestock, thus creating jobs. For more detail information see concept.

Let's collaborate.

Engaging in efforts to create a better future yields a wide array of benefits, both for individuals and society as a whole. These advantages encompass personal fulfillment, enhanced well-being, a sense of purpose, and the potential for positive, lasting impacts on the world. Additionally, such endeavors often foster collaboration, innovation, and a shared commitment to sustainable progress, ultimately leading to a more prosperous and harmonious global community.