POWER + AGROFORESTRY
Regenerating a degraded ecosystem to provide perennial prosperity
AN INTEGRATED SOLUTION FOR OUR STAKEHOLDERS & FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
REGENERATING A DEGRADED ECOSYSTEM IN THE AKYEM ABUAKWA KINGDOM IN GHANA INTO A UNIFIED BIOMASS POWER + AGROFORESTRY FARMING SYSTEM
We transform a degraded ecosystem that includes non-performing ‘real resources’ and assets, in the Akyem Abuakwa Kingdom of Ghana, into an integrated, performing power agroforestry system – one that is biodiverse, generates multiple revenue streams and enhances socioeconomic diversity, wellbeing, and antifragility.
OUR COMMUNITY OF STAKEHOLDERS:
We systematically overcome the economic barriers to large-scale ecosystem regeneration and management – in a manner that serves the collective needs of local & national governments, multinational & community partners, and thousands of poor, local smallholder farmers and their families.
OUR EXECUTION STRATEGY:
We leverage renewable power and agroforestry to create ~5,000 jobs – while: delivering market rate returns to investors; supporting all 17 of the United Nations SDGs, and adhering to best practices, standards, and safeguards for ESG.
NSEREWA - ABUNDANCE
Our integrated, multi-siloed approach regenerates ~100 sq. km of degraded mining lands. It restores the health of soils, cleans water, promotes complex biodiversity, and grow abundant crops – all while providing ~5,000 smallholder farms for disadvantaged peoples, promoting social/gender equity and creating perennial communal wealth.
We grow our biomass feedstock on degraded former mining lands to produce 40MW of sustainable baseload power – enough renewable electricity to power the entire Eastern Region of Ghana and to lift the rural community of the Akyem Abuakwa Kingdom out of poverty.
Our systems-based strategy allows us to remove carbon from the atmosphere, situating it back in the Earth and in plants, where it actually belongs. We utilize no transition minerals in order to generate power and hence avoid imposing upon disadvantaged African communities the next cycle of exploitation and harm.