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Action Plan For Investing In India

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  • 1. Action Plan For Investing in India
  • 2. Projects
    • Renewable Energy
    • Spirulina Cultivation, Process & Export
    • Organic Farming of Aloe Vera, Process & Export.
    • Organic Farming of Stevia Process & Export.
    • Organic Farming of Herbals Process & Domestic Market & Exports.
  • 3. Renewable Energy
    • Solar PV System
    • Wind Energy
    • Wind & Solar Hybrid
    • Hydel Power
  • 4. Renewable Energy
    • PV POWER PACKS
    • Rural &urban India has severe power shortages. Customized power packs are assembled by procuring various components and getting marketed it will be a high Volume market. With a foreign collaboration initially for easy penetration with out wasting time.
    • HYDEL POWER
    • Mini Hydel plants we can establish and with our funding we can raise Loans from International funding. Once the plant is installed only running & Maintenance for us. The revenue gets credited monthly for power generated and transferred to grid.
    • Harnessing flood waters we can generate power for nearly 9 months in a year in several places.
    • WIND POWER
    • Harnessing wind power we can install 6 Mw to 30 Mw farms in un tapped areas.
  • 5. Spirulina Cultivation, Process & Export
    • Spirulina is of Algae family. The Spirulina cultivation consumes Carbon Di Oxide. The time cycle for production is 45 days. The technology is available in India. But for getting substantial exports we should undertake collaboration from USA/European Companies.
  • 6. Organic Farming of Aloe Vera, Process & Export
    • Aloe Vera is a plant. The extracts from this plant is incorporated in day to day usage in cosmetics, as heath tonic, capsules for aiding other medications. The aloe itself has proven medicinal values in alternative medicine of herbals.
  • 7. Organic Farming of Stevia Process & Export .
    • Stevia is a bushy plant. This is a natural sweetener with zero calories.
    • By Organic farming and encouraging contract farming substantial quantity can be produced.
    • The end product in powder farm, tablet farm can be marketed in Domestic Market as well as export market.
  • 8. Organic Farming of Herbals Process & Domestic Market & Exports.
    • There are several prime value herbs which are profitably grown in India. In view of great demand in US, Europe for Indian herbs we can produce ,contract farm the herbs and exported to US and Europe.
    • With a proper tie up we can formulate and export finished products too.