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    Seaweed to Energy

    Harnessing a natural resource that grows faster than land based crops
    and at the same time protecting the world by absorbing destructive
    carbon during growth

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    sustainable biofuel

    Imagine a world where the fuel could be generated from a
    renewable source naturally grown offshore, reducing the
    dependency on terrestrial agriculture that consumes land
    area, requires irrigation and is at risk from natural disasters

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    saving our planet

    Growing seaweed is a natural absorber of CO2, SeatechEnergy
    is commited to delivering technology that protects our
    grandchildrens future and their grandchildren thereafter

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    technology

    SeatechEnergy has developed a high power CO2
    neutral energy source. The proven reliability of
    Anaerobic Digestion (AD) which when combined with
    accelerated seaweed growth provides the cleanest
    energy solution available in today’s power market

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    seaweed bi-products

    Seaweed is used in many unexpected products such as bread, candy,
    canned meats and sauces, baby food, pet food, fish food, ceramics,
    paints, textiles, toothpaste, shampoo, medication, ointments,
    cosmetics, paper, glass and fertilizers

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    projects & partnerships

    SeatechEnergy has been very successful in developing projects and
    securing strategic partnerships to establish seaweed to energy plants.
    Amongst these partnerships are state owned power companies,
    universities, engineering companies and some of the brightest minds
    in the seaweed and anaerobic digestion world

We are SeatechEnergy

a green energy company changing the future of renewable energy as we know it

SeatechEnergy is a green energy company that has developed processes and technologies to cultivate seaweed on an industrial scale, convert it to a high energy biogas which can optionally be used to generate electricity, while having a positive impact on the world’s greenhouse status

If you require further information, we can provide you with an unforgettable introduction to our business and how we will become the largest offshore mariculturer in the world

For general information on our activities please send a mail to info@seatechenergy.com and for more detailed business information, please contact our CEO, Charles Laarhuis at claarhuis@seatechenergy.com

WHO WE ARE

We are a proud group of individuals who are focussed on continuously challenging the status quo. With close to 200 years of combined experience SeatechEnergy is undoubtedly a strong and able sustainable player in the renewable arena

WHY SEAWEED?

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biofuels

biofuels

with a sugar content of up to 50% and its high growth rates seaweed is ideally suitable for the production of biofuels

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carbon-dioxide

carbon-dioxide

seaweeds have a high carbon-dioxide reduction potential

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protein

protein

with its high level of protein, some seaweeds are also suitable for food supply.

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fertilizer

fertilizer

The remaining substrate of the seaweed digestion process is a high grade fertilizer which can be used for commercial purposes

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cleansing

cleansing

In combination with a high growth rate comes high rate absorbtion, certain seaweeds have the ability to cleanse bodies of water.

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Available Area

Available Area

The biggest growing area the world has to offer, without consuming land.

our technology

Our seaweed growing platforms, which we call “Pods”, are unique in control and function and designed to withstand the harshest of oceanic environments

signing ceremony

Our CEO, Charles Laarhuis, signing a partnership agreement to develop a 100MWe Power Plant in Indonesia

government spending

Indonesias President sets agressive targets on energy infrastructure spend

Meet the Executive Team

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CHARLES LAARHUIS

CEO

27 years experience

Company management CEO at Bureau Veritas VP and GM WEIR Group in NA. Director at Siemens Energy, Global Experience

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AD DE RAAIJ

COO

48 years experience

Managing Director INRADA engineering group since 1987 Masters in Engineering from TU Delft Entrepreneur and investor involved in over 15 businesses from startup.

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ANDY ELWELL

VP S&M

23 years experience

General Management P&L & Operations Management. Sales, Marketing & Key Account Management. GM & VP Weir Group. Senior Director Europe Bureau Veritas. UK, Canada, USA and Netherlands

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DOUG KALKWARF

CIO

49 years experience

General Management, Commercial & Technical applications. R&D and Solutions development. 1966> worked with NASA on the space program. Owner software development company specializing in technical and commercial software systems. Board Member various S.African listed companies.

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LATIF GAU

Regional CEO Indonesia

27 years experience

CEO Abyor Europe, MD Indonesian Global IT and Technology Scout Europe. Business Development Director at Hirose Electric Europe Product Marketing at Denso Europe.. Commercial and Technical Management at Philips Lighting, Semiconductors and Consumer Electronics. Mechanical engineer with MBA degree.

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ERIC VAN DER EIJNDEN

CFO

23 years experience

Private Equity Fund Management and General Management Partner Riverside Co-Owner Greenfield Partner NeSBIC Business development Rabobank and ELF Aquitaine. MD Dutch Expansion Capital

PROJECTS

Mid 2015 SeatechEnergy signed a partnership agreement with PJB (Power Java Bali) and consequently memorandums of understanding (MOU) for three projects with the local authorities of Minahasa and North Sulawesi in Indonesia. The MOUs describes the development of 100 MWe seaweed to energy power plants

TECHNOLOGY

The process of growing seaweed and turning it into electricity is based on proven technologies. The most critical steps in the process are: seaweed growth, pre-treatment of the organic material and high rate digestion

TWO PROVEN PROCESSESS COMBINED

SEAWEED growth

Seaweed farming started in 1670 and has developed into an industry employing more than 40,000 people worldwide. However the growth of seaweed on a industrial level until now has not been achieved

ANAEROBIC Digestion

This technology was adopted industrially in 1930 and has been significantly used for Biogass applications, however, until now with very little technology advancement. Currently there are more than 23,000 operating digestors in Europe alone

  • 1670

    Start of Seaweed farming

  • 1776

    Discovery of Marsh Gas

  • 1808

    Discovery of Methane from Cattle Manure

  • 1859

    Development of First Digestor

  • 1895

    First Gas Powered Lamp

  • 1930

    First Industrial Anaerobic Digestor

  • 1940

    Put of Mass Production of Seaweed

  • 1970

    High Demand of Seaweed

  • 1997

    Commercial Seeweed Farming Employing 40,000+

  • 2016

    Commercial Biogas & Seeweed Farming on Industrial Level

SUPERIOR EFFICIENCY & OUTPUT PERFORMANCE

Seaweed growth
1000 T/HA Annually

Biogas Output
4200 m3/Hr

Methane properties
75% Biogas content

Carbon footprint
11 gms/Kwh

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NEGLIGIBLE H2S VALUES

No Gas Scrubbing required,
no degradation to the systems.

WASTE OUTPUT

Virtually no solid left,
no waste disposal

CLEANSING PROPERTIES

Seaweed absorbs carbon during growth
cycle, the bigger the farm the more carbon capture

FERTILIZER

Remaining substrate is a fertilizer

EIGHT (8) PATENT APPLICATIONS & FILINGS ARE IN PROGRESS

All required patents work together to deliver the process of increase efficiencies and form the heart of the technology.
Our strategy is for IPR on a Global scale

PARTNERS WE WORK WITH

SeatechEnergy brings technical, scientific and financial expertise together through, amongst others, the following strategic and technical partners.

Manufacturers Partner of Choice

We partner with manufacturers who want to stand out from the crowd, who like to make bold statements and commit to being recognised globally
for their commitment and contribution “to taking climate back” addressing climate change and helping to create a sustainable future

SeatechEnergy HQ

Wernerlaan 34,
1213 AV, Hilversum,
Netherlands.

+31 (0) 6 5367 7955

Visit Office

PT SeatechEnergy Indonesia
Jl. Mahendradata 98X
Denpasar 80119
Bali, Indonesia

+62 (0) 812 8976 1430

info@seatechenergy.com