Non-edible Jatropha Project, 86.000 hectares in Philippines.

Investment in the commercialisation of Jatropha organic oil production.
Location: Negros Island / Philippines.

1. Jatropha organic oil: The world’s first industrial processing plant based on large-scaleproduction in the Philippines (86,000 hectares).
Products: 170,000 tons of oil, equivalent to 1.45 billion KWh.
By-product: approx. 330,000 tons of energy pellets.
The Philippines project will be the starting point for global scaling.

2. C02 reduction: up to 8 million tonnes (including residual biomass recovery).

3. Unique features: Technology leadership: Best cultivation technique, own German
processing technology, far above-average harvest yields.
Expertise and excellence along the entire value chain, created in the last 9 years, mainly
by mid-sized companies in Baden-Württemberg.

4. Oil: Very high energy value, optimal sustainability (far better than palm oil and other
competitors). Support from WWF.
Suitable for power generation (electricity/heat/cold) and mobility (heavy goods traffic,
aviation and shipping).

5. Sustainability: Outstanding C02 footprint, the highest C02 emission prevention confirmed
by the scientific advisory board of the Federal Government for Sustainability.
No food competition, no irrigation necessary. It must be harvested manually (creates
income for the rural population).
Project design based on cooperatives involving municipal administrations, NGOs and
churches (similar to Südzucker model).
Overall, this will result in an improvement in income and social infrastructure for
100,000 people.

6. Business Model: The agricultural partners receive appropriate funding and training
through the Philippine national bank according to Jatro Dynamics specifications.
Jatro Dynamics purchases the fruits according to quality criteria at a guaranteed price.
The sale of the oil is also set at a guaranteed price (largely export). The residual biomass
is turned into energy pellets, which are used in the local market.

7. Economic framework data: Assumed price per litre: 65 Euro cents (708 euros/ton).
The price is calculated for Europe (including transport). The price in Asia is lower (up to
60 Euro cents). At this price, there are buyers in Germany!
The price allows Jatro Dynamics to operate profitably.
High internal interest rates for provided framework data (prices for oil and CO2), approx.
15%. Based on an investment amount of 10 million euros, the above production and
cultivation data yield the following results: ROI after 4 years.
At least € 130 million annual revenue in the final stage of expansion (including
residual biomass recovery) .
Cumulative income before taxes of at least 70 million euros (over 10 years).
Gross revenue yield 14.7 percent.
All prices as well as harvest and production assumptions are based on rather
conservative assumptions.
Barely any risk of prices going down, but good chances of improved market data.
Business plan: Detailed business plan is available.

8. Tax benefits: As long as 70 percent of production output is exported, the Philippine
government grants significant tax advantages. In addition, it is possible that the majority
of the company remains in non-Philippine hands (PEZA Agro-industrial Economic Zone).

9. Investment is required for the modular construction of the processing plant (projected
to at least 8 years in the business plan) and for working capital (pre-financing of
Preference: Equity financing, a mix of equity and debt would need to be examined.
Favourable borrowing costs due to the combination of climate, energy and development
policy goals (possibly DEG/KfW, ecclesiastical banks – the Philippines are Catholic!).
Start-up funding for cultivation by the Philippine Development Bank.
Equity financing triggers Philippine co-investment in training and pre-financing for the

10. Investment needs: 10 million euros allow the entire project to be built over several
years. Complete financing is necessary so that co-investment can be triggered on the
Philippine side.
A smaller scale for the take-off is theoretically possible, but the profitable operation of
the plant requires a cultivation area of at least 25,000 hectares (50,000 tons of oil).
This model is possible, but at the expense of growth opportunities!
Higher amounts enable faster growth starting in the third year.

11. Previous investments: 1 million euros by founder plus 5 years of employee costs.
investments with the technology suppliers.

12. Founder team: led by a very experienced international expert on process engineering,
energy efficiency, e-mobility and bio-energy. In the team: two additional engineers,
including another expert in process engineering, a Philippine partner in the agricultural
sector and a public affairs/policy expert. International networks.


Close cooperation and partnerships with the Philippine development bank, local governments,
farming cooperatives, the church and development NGOs create an ecosystem for economic, ecological and social improvement.
We commit substantial contributions for the improvement of education and health of the local communities.

➤ High energy content (almost like fossil Diesel)
➤ Comparative advantage over all other energy crops
➤ Easy to use, It has been tested successfully and proven effective in different sectors such as:
➤ Automotive (e.g. Daimler)
➤ Air traffic (e.g. Lufthansa)
➤ Energy and heat production (e.g. combined heat and power stations)

We build our own machines for the processing in tropical and sub-tropical areas.
Our German technology guarantees highest quality of oil production.
Jatropha received outstanding marks from the advisory counsel for sustainability of the German government.

➤NO competition with production of food or animal feed
➤ It’s poisonous and can not be eaten
➤ It grows on marginal lands
➤ It’s a reforestation plant with deep roots that helps to protect agrarian production
➤ NO artificial irrigation
➤ Income and social infrastructure for farmers: Harvest requires manual labor

We have increased the yield. Now it is economically viable without compromising bio           diversity. Our test farm achieved 2 tons of oil per hectare.
➤ Our farming partners will be using naturally optimized seedlings.
➤ R&D has made great success during the past years in increasing the yield.
➤ We fully protect bio diversity.
➤ No dense planting and genetically modified seedlings.

We build our own machines for the processing in tropical and sub-tropical areas.
Our German technology guarantees highest quality of oil production.

➤ Price guarantee for farmers
➤ Close cooperation with local communities
➤ Development orientation
➤ Investments in social infrastructure: especially education and health
➤ Support of bio diversity

We focus on what we are best at:
Processing, Logistics and Marketing High ethical standards, sustainability and development orientation assure quality farming and safeguard the growth of our business.
The development aspect is substantial for the success of our business.

The Jatro Dynamics Group’s technological leadership, experience, networks, partnership agreements and pre-contacts in combination with your investment in the processing plant stand for 86,000 hectares acreage 170,000 tons of Jatropha biofuel p.a 330,000 tons of pellets.
A total reduction of up to 8 million tons of CO2-emissions, 4 million tons through oil, 4 million tons through pellets.
Income for at least 22,000 farmer families.
Better education for 80,000 children.
Better health care for 100,000.

We are profitable in a low price environment while we do not compete with fossil energy directly, the fossil oil price has an impact on the price range for biofuels. For the decade to come, we expect prices rather going up than down.
The price for greenhouse gas emissions are extremely low at the moment (10 to 15 EURO
per ton). Industries and governments around the globe prepare for a new trading system
with much higher prices (25 to 40 EURO per ton).
Therefore we will be even more profitable in the future.

The market for biofuels has constantly seen double digit growth.
Future growth is fueled by:
➤ Additional demand of big volume from the airline industry (carbon free growth of airline
     traffic from 2020).
➤ Increasing demand for E-mobility (carbon free decentralized energy production).
➤ Increasing demand for carbon free energy production (PV and wind combined with bio
➤ Lack of availability and still extremely high cost of alternative technologies.
In this market the demand for the really sustainable fuels is expected to outperform all the

➤ Setting up the processing Plant (based on modules: the plant grows with the agricultural        production)
➤ Working capital (pre-financing of fruits purchases)
➤ ROI will be positive after 4 years

We are not the first in the Jatropha business, but we believe we are the best.
A decade ago, investors tried to fast track profits from the “wonder plant” Jatropha.
We did a lot of research and worked hard to control the processing technology
and the whole value chain, challenge by challenge, step by step.
Now, the wonder can come true and we are prepared for industrial production.
It’s time to harvest!!!

➤ No one else has developed a project design that optimizes the whole value chain
➤ No one else has successfully tested all parts of the value chain
➤ No one else has invested more ideas in improved technology
➤ We stand for industrial high quality, high volume production
➤ We are very well prepared concerning all aspects
➤ We are dedicated to make this work and scale it further

Both – our leading technology andoutstanding project design can be used in all parts of the world. There is a huge market out there that has not been divided yet.
Therefore we are able to offer a great investment opportunity.


Prof.Dr. Jürgen Unfried.
Master in Physics and Philosophy – worldwide
projects in Energy Industry:government advisor for deregulation (Brazil, Russia, Taiwan, Korea, Philippines), many national and international advisory mandates for energy efficiency. Lectureship in Stuttgart and Manila, numerous publications on issues of energy industry.

Christian Hartmann.
Grauduate civil engineer as well as graduate in business administration and engineering – Professional experience in setting up an international corporate real estate
portfolio management for a DAX-listed company. Today, member of the Extended Board including account authorization in a family office with real estate assets of approx. 2.3 bn €, i.a.
responsible for all aspects related to energy efficiency.

Pedro Francisco Rodriguez Sibal.
A graduate in mechanical engineering from the Yale University, lived afterwards in the USA for many years and engaged in real estate business. Frankie Sibal, as he is fondly called by friends is now based in Manila. He is a socially committed entrepreneur ( RNFA & Associates Engineering Company and GEA Timber), founder and investor and concentrates mainly on renewable and decentralized energy and is dedicated on the improvement of the environmental condition.

Anna Celorico Unfried.
A graduate in Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Licensed Professional Electrical Engineer in the Phils. Senior Member and former Regional Governor of Instititue of IIEE., with more than 20 years experience and responsible in the implementation of the National Building Code of the Phils. and the
installation and supervision of government infra-structure projects
such as Rural Electrification Projects.

Klaus Preschle.
MBA, entrepreneur, offices in Berlin and Manila, wide networks in business and politics. Communication expert and consultant for SMEs and Startups concerning business relations to South East Asia.

Jatro Dynamics Group
c/o Klaus Preschle
Rankestraße 32
10789 Berlin                  

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Mobile: (49) 170 7793530
Jürgen Unfried

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