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1 MU DAN PROJECT * * * Avv. Carlo Sinatra Founder and Managing Partner Sinatra Law Firm Founder and Managing Partner Sinatra Law Firm Founder and President of Gssep Onlus Founder and President of Gssep Onlus 1

2 MU DAN PROJECT FOR CHINA A GSSEP PROJECT May 2014 2 Sustainability changes the Earth

3 GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE AND SOCIAL ENERGY PROGRAM (GSSEP) MU DAN PROJECT: GENERAL OVERVIEW MU DAN PROJECT: TECHNICAL OVERVIEW GSSEP – MU DAN PROJECT GSSEP – MU DAN PROJECT Index 3

4 Energy investments should address energy needs within a comprehensive sustainable vision. GSSEP developed a model which combines growth and availability of food, energy and quality of life. A new model to ensure developing Countries access to sustainable, reliable and affordable energy, not affecting climate change and taking into account economical, technological and geopolitical issues. GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE AND SOCIAL ENERGY PROGRAM Overview 4 GSSEP – MU DAN PROJECT Index

5 Such agrobioenergy islands are of very significant dimensions and contribute to a massive production of energy in the frame of a fully integrated sustainable scheme with the hosting territory. GSSEP’s biomass plants do not utilize food which remains in the territory and constitutes an important component of the GSSEP economy. GSSEP is being organized as a worldwide initiative with the objective of promoting GSSEP’s principles in all Countries focusing on implementing sustainable growth for their populations. Currently GSSEP’s organization is based in Italy but is intended to create branches all over the world. LOBAL GSSEP’s main concrete principles: Keep the main part of energy output in the territories where the initiatives are implemented, so as to promote local growth and development. GSSEP’s renewable energy sources are mainly photovoltaic, energy from food residues, hydro, all combined into «dedicated agro and bioenergy islands» adapted to the physical characteristics of the territories. GSEP is a new philosophy to address development and cooperation. GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE AND SOCIAL ENERGY PROGRAM Key principles 5 GSSEP – MU DAN PROJECT Index Key main principles and Guidelines

6 GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE AND SOCIAL ENERGY PROGRAM All of GSSEP’s investments are necessarily associated to very important infrastructural investments such as improvement, upgrading and reinforcement of roads, railways, airports and ports, as needed, but are also focused on many social investments in schools, hospitals, multicultural centers, renewable energy museum, childhood and women organizations, training and education programs on food, energy and sustainable development targets. GSSEP is lead by a group of experienced professionals, actively engaged in many disciplines, such as: development, legal, communication, engineering, agriculture, financing, chemistry, environmental science, lobbying and public affairs. GSSEP’s business model is based on an effective effort to assess the feasibility of the projects in different Countries and to start working with Companies actually interested in investing on a long term basis in the successful GSSEP projects. GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE AND SOCIAL ENERGY PROGRAM 6 GSSEP – MU DAN PROJECT Key main principles and Guidelines

7 GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE AND SOCIAL ENERGY PROGRAM MU DAN PROJECT 7

8 One of the first projects of Global Sustainable and Social Energy Program has been constructed thinking to Chinese territories where a strong renewable energy development could be related to a still more massive agricolture development, creating integration, sinergies and direct and indirect social benefit for the guesting territory. The Project thought for China, and implementable in different chinese territories willing to guest it, it is called «MU DAN». MU DAN PROJECT Overview 8

9 MU DAN is an agro-energy, sustainable development plan and is founded on the following three key concepts: 1. Economic sustainability: return on investments, entrepreneurial support, modular business plan, accessible energy production in a frame of integrated renewables energy resources and namely: hydro, biomass plant, pv plants and biogas plant. Part of the profits of such activity should be dedicated year by year to implement a local social plan. Economically speaking Lily is a winning project for all, entrepreneur, financial institutions, populations, local governments. MU DAN PROJECT Overview 9

10 2. Environmental sustainibility: innovative technologies, respectful of health and environment, protection of land and traditions and high standards of security. 3. Social sustainibility: technology transfer, employement opportunities for local resources, local industries development, education and training, integration of public infrastructures (hospitals, schools) and infrastructures. 10 MU DAN PROJECT Overview

11 System Integration for food and energy production in China to support: - Growth of food and energy production in order to address growing demand - Local infrastructure development - Qualified and responsible response to the right to energy, which means widespread access to sustainable energy and improvement of quality of life 11 MU DAN PROJECT Objectives

12 MU DAN is organized into different sublocal projects, named Bioenergy Islands based in the provinces of Guangxi,yunnan and hunan containing: a) Hydro plant or a system of mini hydro plantsbetween 5/10/15 Mw. globally b) Biomass plant functioning as the case may be with food crops, (just crops and not food!) between 5/10Mw. c) Pv plants at least 20 Mw.in each province, but not on the agricultural land.In Guangxi and Yunnan,mainly utilizing sugarcane and other crops available,such as those from rice. d) New agricultural activities aimed to produce crops fo the biomass plants (whose extension is depending on kind of cultivation but should not be less than 10000 ha globally). e)Training on new technologies (also in agricolture and related to «optimization»). f) Social infrastructures financed with year by year royalties outcoming as part of the profits of activities producing energy and g)Education centers on food, energy and sustainable development targets. MU DAN PROJECT General description 12

13 MU DAN Photovoltaic plants Biomass plants Social evolution Sustainable progress Hydro Plants MU DAN: IMPROVEMENT MODEL 13 Farming and new agriculture cultivation

14 MU DAN PROJECT Helping farmers to improve and expand crops and skills towards a better life Improvement Model Expand Today’s Farming Biomass production/Sale Food Feeding/Sale produce Power Generation Biomass – 5/10/15 Mw produce Food crops PV Power Generation / Sale - 20 Mw each province The sun biomass specif crops Social Evolution - Job Employment -Education (Schools and training) -Health (Hospitals) -Communicati on (Culture center) The water Mini-hydro Power Generation / Sale – Sale – 5/10/15Mw globally 14

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16 16 Guangxi province

17 17 Yunnan province

18 18 Hunan province

19 MU DAN PROJECT – AGRICULTURE Bioenergy Island: Biomass Feedstocks and Total Land repartition The land cultivation of each bioisland will be shared between:  Sugarcane  Rice crops  Other Food Crops 19

20 MU DAN PROJECT – AGRICULTURE Bioenergy Island: Location LOCATION Each Bioenergy Island covers a variable surface of 3000/5000 Hectares dedicated to agriculture (partially already existing,partially new one)provided that the actual dimension shall be based on the kind of cultivation as well as on land characteristics and logistic structure on the bioenergy island. We believe that each bio island could generate significant employment mainly of them in agriculture. 20

21 MU DAN PROJECT – AGRICULTURE Bioenergy Island: Flexibility location and implementation timing In its aim of developing a sustanable project for China, GSSEP intends to agree directly with the Chinese national and local Governments, as the case may be, the specific layout and content of the Mu Dan project, such as: -Mix of renewable energy resources to be used and implemented, -Geographical definition of specific areas for one or more bioenergy islands. -Extension of the lands to be granted. - Overall frame conditions. 21

22 MU DAN PROJECT – AGRICULTURE Bioenergy Island: Agricultural Residues Sugarcane Bagasse and top and trash of sugarcane are the main residues of sugarcane. While bagasse is dry, fibrous residue remaining after sugarcane stalk after extraction of juice, trash of sugarcane is the remaining of the plant in the field after the harvest. (Associated with GSSEP are currently patentingnew technology process for sugarcane treatment,fully in line with GSSEP sustainable principles) 22

23 MU DAN PROJECT – AGRICULTURE Bioenergy Island: Agricultural Residues 23

24 MU DAN PROJECT – AGRICULTURE Bioenergy Island: Agricultural Residues Rice Crops Rice is the main agricultural crop and staple food in China. High amount of rice production contributes to high availability of rice residues such as rice husk and rice straw. These residues could be an option for any biomass energy systems. Rice husk is the outer cover of rice which comes from rice milling process as by-product. The usage of rice husk as solid fuel can be a promising way to provide considerable amount of useful energy. Rice straw, on the other hand, is another by- product of rice and great bio-resource since it is one of the richest material in terms of its lignocelluloses. 24

25 MU DAN PROJECT – AGRICULTURE Bioenergy Island: Agricultural Residues 25

26 MU DAN PROJECT – AGRICULTURE Bioenergy Island: Agricultural Residues Other food residues To be evaluated in any of the three provinces 26

27 MU DAN PROJECT Sustainable social plan Mu Dan Project, in accordance with GSSEP principles, provides as an essential element the creation of significant social investments totally at charge of the investors. For each bioenergy island, Mu Dan Project intends to offer, during all life of the project: small hospital, childhood center, schools, women emancipation and education center, Several professional training centers for new technologies utilized in Lily Project, multicultural center aimed to spread the new GSSEP culture on sustainability, both in relation to food (nutrition) and energy,as the case maybe,based on the royalties which the renewable energy projects contained in Mu Dan project,shall grant to GSSEP for implementing a social programme which global content shall be agreed between GSSEP and the Government. 27 MU DAN PROJECT Sustainable social plan

28 MU DAN PROJECT Sustainable «frame » requested by GSSEP/LILY In order to have a confirmation of the potentially interested investors which also GSSEP reasonably believes having the chance to involve in the implementation of Mu Dan Project, GSSEP considers essential having a bankable frame fully in place and namely that the project be provide with: 1.Legal instruments and facilitation to grant the investors of the renewable energy part of Mu Dan project and the island necessary to implement the Mu Dan Project and particularly the bioenergy island7s under a concession scheme or equivalent for a period of at least twenty five/thirty years and no material cost/fee for investors. 2.Tax and fiscal exemption for ten years on all the revenues of the Project and not application of VAT duties. 28

29 MU DAN PROJECT Sustainable «frame » requested by GSSEP/MU DAN 3. Authorization process to be complied within a reasonable time being agreed in full respect and compliance with the applicable laws (also specifically issued for Mu Dan Project, if necessary) but in a period not exceeding six/nine months from the date of starting of the authorization procedure so to optimize time and costs of the Project implementation. 4. A specific tariff scheme to be provided for all the produced power and 5. Full support to grid issues by competent Government and institutions in order to facilitate power dispatching and also grid repowering, if necessary. 29

30 MU DAN PROJECT MU DAN advantages and assets for China The advantages of Mu Dan for China are the following: -Significant sustainable, social, economic and business development based on investments per “island” including social infrastructure; -Innovative technology, both in biomass and in agriculture; -training to facilitate future autonomous use by the local population; -keep the food and the energy produced in China; 30

31 MU DAN PROJECT MU DAN advantages and assets for China -new jobs creation in agriculture; -Increase of the current income of the agriculture through the sale of the existing biomass and new food available for sale; -creation of multicultural centers, women emancipation and children organizations, education centers, professional schools and hospitals. 31

32 MU DAN PROJECT MU DAN time constraints GSSEP is developing a project similar to MU DAN in other countries such as Tunisia where discussions with local governments are currently in very advanced course, but it would be very important for our world mission start the soonest implementing one, not smaller, in China too. 32

33 Xiexie! Thank You! Avv. Carlo Sinatra Founder and Managing Partner Sinatra Law Founder and President of Gssep Onlus Via della Moscova 40/7, 20121 Milano (Italy) Tel.: +39 02 87 21 31 36 Fax: +39 02 63 79 39 08 carlo.sinatra@studiolegalesinatra.com carlo.sinatra@gssep.com 33


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