Contacts

Sunchem BV (licensor). Rapenburgerstraat 109, 1011VL, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Contact: Hayo De Fejiter COO (hayo@sunchem.it), Project Leader Samantha Hampton (sam@sunchem.it)

Italian office for research and technology services: Via Cristoforo Colombo 54, Arma di Taggia (IM), ItalyFor information: amministrazione@sunchem.it – massimo.mela@sunchem.it

Agronomist: Dr. Massimo Zuin (max@sunchem.it), Dr. Francesco Di Lucia, Ph.D (frank@sunchem.it)


Sunchem Biofuel Development South Africa Ltd, South Africa (Licensee for SADC Countries)

Office: 7 Coventry Business Park, 675 Pretoria Main Rd, Midrand, 1685 Johannesburg (Tel.: +277 (11) 8050582)

Point of Contact: Dr. Hayo De Feijter, CEO (Mail to: hayo@sunchem.it, Phone: +31 614592316, +27607054297), Eng. Samantha Hampton (Mail to: sam@sunchem.it), Dr. Joost Van Lier ( Mail to: joost.van.lier@blueworldcarbon.com, Phone to: +27716092276 ) , Dr. Michael Knap (Mail to: mk@atlasinvest.eu ), Dr. Merel Laroy ( Mail to: merel@skynrg.com, Phone to: +31630833505 )


Tyton Bioenergy System Ltd, USA – Research and Technology Partner  

Tyton BioSciences Corp. is located at the Dan River Business Development Center on Ringgold Industrial Park West, off Highway 729 (Kentuck Road) in Pittsylvania Country.

Point of Contact: Dr. Peter Majeranowski ( pmajeranowski@tytonbio.com ), Dr. Iulian Bobe, PhD ( ibobe@tytonbio.com )


Sunchem do Brazil Ltd, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil (Licensee for Brazil)

Located in Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre, Brazil

Point of Contact: Dr. Sergio Detoie, CEO ( Mail to: s.detoie@gmail.comsergio.detoie@sunchem.it, Phone to: +555181074828 ), Dr. Eduardo CV Rosa (Mail to: eduardo.cvrosa@gmail.comeduardo.cvrosa@sunchem.it) Dr. Carlos Claro ( Mail to: carlose.claro@gmail.com, Phone to: +552199831098 )


Sunchem Alpha Investment Namibia Ltd (License for a 5MW biomass plant in Otjiwarongo, Cleveland Farm, Otjozondjupa Region)

Office: 64 Jenner Street, Windhoek West, Windhoek, Namibia. Office: +264 61 30003 Fax: +264 61 300034

Director: Mr. Zedekias Gowaseb, Mail to: agab@cheetahcement.na (English, Afrikaans)

Accountability: Brian Uxamb (Mail to: buxamb@gmail.com, Office: +264 61 300 031, Fax: +264 88 655 1378, Mobile: +264 85 551 2164/+264 81 261 7157


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SKYNRG

www.skynrg.com – Bio-jet-fuel International Platform and market leader. Since 2012 the company is active in feedstock souring as well. Over the past years, SkyNRG has been in contact with the investors of Sunchem SA, and followed the developments of the Solaris trials. SkyNRG is actively developing sustainable feedstock projects to create supply chains for the production of sustainable jet fuel. As such, SkyNRG has a specific interest in tobacco oil, as a feedstock for sustainable jet fuel production.

Boeing

www.boeing.com/environment – Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company, is committed to take action to protect the environment and support long-term sustainable growth for commercial aviation. As part of this commitment, Boeing leads global industry efforts to develop and commercialize sustainable aviation biofuel. This will help to meet commercial aviation’s environmental goals and reduce its reliance on petroleum. In addition to collaborating with South African Airways to develop sustainable aviation biofuel in Southern Africa, Boeing has active biofuel development projects in the United States, Middle East, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Brazil and Australia.

SAA

South African Airways is committed to becoming the most environmentally sustainable airline group in the world by implementing a long term environmental strategy and policy that includes a commitment to a reduction in CO₂ emissions through the effective and continued use of sustainable alternative fuels.

Copy of RSB-CertifiedLogo

www.rsb.org – The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) is a global movement to ensure the sustainability of biomaterials production through a comprehensive certification system. The RSB brings together a diverse coalition of over 100 organizations around the world including large and small farmers, companies, NGOs, experts, governments, and UN agencies. RSB certification provides user-friendly tools for industry to demonstrate compliance and validates sustainable production including greenhouse gas emission reductions, respect for human rights, protection of biodiversity and water and maintenance of food security. RSB is a full member of the ISEAL Alliance and is rated the best performing sustainability certification system in recent reports published by WWF, IUCN, and NRDC.

ISAFF

www.industriaenergia.it/isaff – Forum  promoted by ENAC and WEC

www.terasolenergy.com – company operating in the green energy sector. Partner of energy tobacco project.

www.idroedil.eu – Company operating in the urban waste management and biogas production. Founding partner of the energy tobacco project.

www.plantechno.com – research center focus on genetics applied to plant for energy purposes.

Siram

www.siram.it – Siram S.p.a. leader in italy for energetic & technology services 

www.renovospa.it – Company operating in the field of co-generation from solid biomass.

www.argos.nl – Company operating in the trading, production and management of greeen sources. Partner of Tobacco Energy Project.

www.alitalia.it – Sunchem is cooperating with Alitalia for a research project on jet-fuel from Tobacco Oil.

www.tytonbio.com – Research company operating in the green energy sector. Partner of tobacco energy project.

www.dianoia.eu – PhD company operating in the sustainability and green energy sector.

www.cosepa.it – Consortium operating in the agriculture sector for developing integrating agro-value chain.

 www.sesting.com – Engineering Company