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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) – Investing in Making Life Green

February 20, 2015

Pan Global Corporation is a sustainable infrastructure and renewable energy technology company headquartered in Carson City, Nevada. A pioneering company, Pan Global is on a mission to become a leader in its field through the development, ownership and operation of environmentally-sustainable energy and infrastructure projects in a variety of markets and sectors.

The company invests in energy and infrastructure projects that promote a low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive green economy – one that substantially reduces environmental risks and ecological scarcities and results in improved human well-being and social equity.

Pan Global has a significant, but not exclusive, focus on developing investment opportunities in India.

There are key business opportunities in the Indian market for water management, water purification and waste-water treatment initiatives, for example, and Pan Global is working toward introducing technologies in these areas in the Indian context. In certain cases where the technology is available for general use, the company will endeavor to develop projects directly. In other cases, it may simply license the technology from the patent holder.

Additionally, Pan Global is looking to invest in non-energy infrastructure projects and technology that deliver environmentally-sustainable solutions in place of traditional technology. The company is actively involved in incubating and funding investments in green projects that encompass innovative solutions for basic infrastructure as well as energy-efficient and renewable energy technology.

Pan Global searches for opportunities to develop projects in the field of water distribution, amongst others. The company’s management believes the Indian agriculture sector, for one, is ready to embrace technologies that substantially reduce environmental footprints. This could be done by improving the efficiency of water use, and Pan Global intends to invest in water remediation and management projects in various sectors.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Focuses on Indian Energy Market’s Incredible Growth Potential

February 12, 2015

Pan Global (OTC: PGLO), through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Pan Asia Infratech Corp., is continuing to strategically position itself in the rapidly growing solar market of India. Through its recent announcement of the development of a new solar installation and services marketplace designed specifically for India, the company is hoping to create a foothold in the rapidly developing energy market of the world’s second most populous country.

According to a report by A.T. Kearney, a worldwide global management consulting firm, rising energy costs and steep demand in India is driving solar power towards becoming a multibillion dollar market. As solar production costs continue to drop in coming years, experts predict that solar power could have an even greater fundamental impact in India than in other developing countries.

“We have recognized the growth potential regarding green energy in India, and we believe we have identified an opportunity for the company to enter the solar market,” remarked Pan Global management. “India has the world’s fifth largest electricity generation capacity, and the demand for power has been growing at a rapid rate and overtaken supply,” management continued, “We believe we’re in good position to take advantage of this tremendous opportunity.”

Pan Global’s specialized marketplace website, which is still under development, is intended to focus on bringing buyers and sellers of solar equipment together. Initially, the company plans to focus on rooftop solar paneling systems before, potentially, expanding into other products and services.

In addition to its focus on solar power generation, the company, through its staggered acquisition of Regency Yamuna Energy Limited, has an interest in a 5.7MW small-hydro plant located in northern India. The plant, known as Project Badyar, was recently connected to the main power grid as it approached completion.

By focusing on environmentally sustainable energy, infrastructure and technologies, Pan Global aims to help build an inclusive green economy around the world.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) is Homing in on Burgeoning Growth in Renewable Energy

February 6, 2015

Of all the large worldwide economies, India’s is the one that is making a lot of headlines among investors and companies looking to invest. While the world in general struggles and battles its way out of a recession, India has continued to thrive as an emerging economy, and the power of its 1 billion-plus population will soon come to bear on the entire world economy. Its current GDP growth is about 8 percent a year, or about seven times greater over the last several years than the United States.

India’s population is younger, dynamic and more tech savvy than other economies, and the sheer size of the population in connection with the technology makes India a very large energy-demander but not a large energy-supplier. To increase its domestic energy production, India has in recent years made a commitment to leveraging its resources to create electric power within India’s borders, and it has chosen to do so through alternative means like wind, solar, nuclear and hydro forms of electricity generation.

Pan Global, a U.S. based company emphasizing alternative energy production and technology, has staked its claim in India and is working with the India government on its renewable-energy initiative designed to help the country bring its supply of electric power up to meet the rapidly increasing demand.

India is making headlines in alternative energy by having the world’s largest solar farm, and the country is continuing its aggressive push with solar and wind-generated power. While there is a way to go, the large growth potential in India and for Pan Global Corp. is evident.

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Pan Global Corp.’s (PGLO) Renewables Expertise Seen as a Natural Fit for India’s Growing Energy Needs

January 29, 2015

The potential of India’s power sector is diverse, spattered with commercial power generation alternatives such as natural gas, coal, oil, hydro and nuclear, as well as sources of energy like solar, wind, bio-gas and agriculture. The demand for energy in India is rapidly growing and long ago outpaced supply. Despite years of growth in commercial power generation, the weighty demand for energy power frequently leads to energy shortages.

Efforts to close this supply-demand gap are ongoing by way of policy reforms, participation from private sector, and development of the Ultra Mega Power Projects (UMPP). Due to the huge size of the market, growth potential, and returns available on capital, India’s power sector offers tremendous opportunities for investing companies.

U.S.-based Pan Global is currently working on renewable energy projects in India to seize upon the aforementioned favorable market climate. While management is open minded about opportunities in other parts of the world, the company currently sees its niche in the tremendous opportunities of this bustling country.

Pan Global is focused on environmentally sustainable energy, infrastructure, and technologies with intentions of investing in green energy technology and infrastructure around the world. The company’s interests include mini-hydro, solar, wind and geothermal. What’s more, Pan Global is planning non-energy infrastructure technology investments that emphasize environmentally sustainable solutions in water distribution, building technology and agriculture. The company also seeks to provide consulting services related to energy efficiency, and has an online system designed to match up buyers and sellers of solar equipment and services.

Uncommon among similarly large countries, India anticipates high GDP growth that should extend for many years. Since 2005, India’s growth has been approximately 8% per year. It has a relatively young average population age and a growing unmet need for energy to go with it. The good news for opportunistic companies like Pan Global is that the Indian government is on record citing that development of renewables will play a major role in the country’s highly anticipated energy solution.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Sees India as Ground Zero for Renewables Growth

January 23, 2015

A recent article in The Hindu Business Line (http://dtn.fm/V2WVd) gives an idea of the potential for renewable energy in India. The article states that President Obama’s upcoming visit to India is “expected to see some more financing deals being signed between the two countries for the renewable energy sector”, and goes on to say that the growing interest in India’s new and renewable energy sector could top $10 billion this year, a 25% jump from 2014. The article points out how interest in India by investors has grown in the past six months, and how the country offers one of the lowest costs for renewable energy generation in the world, primarily wind and solar.

Pan Global Corp., a U.S. based company already involved in renewable energy project work in India, is focused on environmentally sustainable energy, infrastructure, and technologies, with an aim of investing in green energy technology and infrastructure around the world. There interests include mini-hydro, such as their active work with Project Badyar, a small hydro plant in northern India, as well as solar, wind, and even geothermal. In addition, the company is planning non-energy infrastructure technology investments that emphasize environmentally sustainable solutions, in the areas of water distribution, agriculture, and building technology. Pan Global expects to also provide consulting services related to energy efficiency, and has an online system designed to match up buyers and sellers of solar equipment and services. They are also developing a hydroponic greenhouse project for the sustainable production of vegetable crops.

Although Pan Global is open to opportunities in other parts of the world, their focus has been on India because of the many opportunities available. Unlike many large nations, India is seen as being poised for high GDP growth that should be sustained for decades to come. Over the past decade, India’s growth has been in the neighborhood of nearly 8% per year. It has a young population, with a growing need for energy that is not currently being met. The Indian government has made it clear that a major part of this energy development will be in renewables.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO): An Active Contributor to Green Global Economy

January 15, 2015

A truly green global economy contributes to improved human well-being while reducing environmental risks. As Pan Global puts it, a green economy is low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive. Determined to become a leader in the push for a greener economy, Pan Global is developing, owning and operating green infrastructure primarily in the power generation and agricultures segments.

Building a portfolio of environmentally sustainable, high return-on-investment projects within the green energy industry, Pan Global is currently focused on opportunities in:

1. The development of small hydro power generation projects in India
2. The development of solar PV projects in India
3. The development of agriculture under controlled growing conditions in India
4. The development of mega-watt scale geo-thermal power projects in India
5. The development of green buildings in India

PanGlobal has identified India’s energy market as one of superior growth opportunities, driven by the country’s scattered yet significant electrical power generation shortages, food and water shortages, government policies to promote renewable energy technologies, and increasing population.

Among Pan Global’s various endeavors is Project Badyar, a 5.7MWp small hydroelectric power plant located in the foothills of the Himalayas. Badyar’s annual power output is estimated to be 27,500 MWh, capable of covering the energy demands of roughly 100,000 Indian households.

Offering investors the chance to participate in global change, PanGlobal’s overarching goal is to invest in green energy technologies and infrastructure, like Project Badyar, with the potential to change the world one kilowatt at a time.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Growth Plans on Course to Meet High Demand in India

January 8, 2015

When it comes to the world economy, India is one of those very large “emerging markets,” alongside China and Brazil. These are three very large economies that are only recently beginning to show their potential and major economic power due to their large populations, technology innovations and increased business investments.

For Pan Global Corp. (OTCQB: PGLO), India presents an excellent growth opportunity with its population north of 1 billion people. With a country that houses nearly 15 percent of the world’s population within its borders, the energy and electricity needs of the country are astounding. Its needs are estimated to be about 1,000 terawatt hours (TWh), which makes it the fifth-largest energy consumer behind the U.S., China, Japan and Russia.

Producing that much electricity takes an “all of the above” approach and Pan Global Corp. is investing much of its resources in energy production solutions that go beyond oil and gas. With a lot of sunshine, wind and water resources in the country, Pan Global sees tremendous potential in developing solar, wind and hydroelectric energy for many citizens and residents of India. The Indian government announced that there are already 32 gigawatts of power being produced in the country by alternative or renewable means, and it has set an aggressive target of 41 GW of power by 2017. Part of this is expected to be a 4-gigawatt solar farm in north-central India, which would be about 10 times the size of any other existing solar farm in the world. Pan Global is focusing on India’s power needs, and expects to be heavily invested in this large growth opportunity.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Sustains with Energy Sustainability Projects

December 30, 2014

When it comes to the world economy, India is one of those very large “emerging markets,” alongside China and Brazil. These are three very large economies that are only recently beginning to show their potential and major economic power due to their large populations, technology innovations and increased business investments.

For Pan Global Corp. (OTCQB: PGLO), India presents an excellent growth opportunity with its population north of 1 billion people. With a country that houses nearly 15 percent of the world’s population within its borders, the energy and electricity needs of the country are astounding. Its needs are estimated to be about 1,000 terawatt hours (TWh), which makes it the fifth-largest energy consumer behind the U.S., China, Japan and Russia.

Producing that much electricity takes an “all of the above” approach and Pan Global Corp. is investing much of its resources in energy production solutions that go beyond oil and gas. With a lot of sunshine, wind and water resources in the country, Pan Global sees tremendous potential in developing solar, wind and hydroelectric energy for many citizens and residents of India. The Indian government announced that there are already 32 gigawatts of power being produced in the country by alternative or renewable means, and it has set an aggressive target of 41 GW of power by 2017. Part of this is expected to be a 4-gigawatt solar farm in north-central India, which would be about 10 times the size of any other existing solar farm in the world. Pan Global is focusing on India’s power needs, and expects to be heavily invested in this large growth opportunity.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Pursues Three Shades of Green

December 19, 2014

The word “green” today is commonly associated with the development and application of clean energy technologies – essentially any approach to energy production and energy use that reduces the undesirable consequences inherent with fossil fuels, such as high greenhouse gas emissions. However, Pan Global Corp. is actively pursuing opportunities in three different segments of the overall green movement. Specifically, the company incubates and funds investments in three types of green projects that comprise innovative solutions for basic infrastructure:

• Alternative Energy

Pan Global is investigating a number of electric power generation opportunities involving renewable energy technologies, including mini-hydro, solar, geothermal, and wind. While Pan Global is based in the U.S., and considers itself open to opportunities worldwide, the company’s main focus has been in India. India has installed renewable capacity of over 32 Gigawatts, totaling nearly 13% of their total potential. In addition, the Indian government has set a 2017 target of reaching over 41 Gigawatts, essentially a $10 billion opportunity.

• Sustainable Solutions

Pan Global also seeks to invest in non-energy infrastructure technology that emphasizes environmentally sustainable solutions over conventional technology. Projects being considered include agriculture, building technology, and water distribution, all of which represent areas of great need and governmental support in countries such as India. Areas of focus include greenhouse facilities for growing certain crops, improving building resource efficiency, and enhancing water purification and waste-water treatment.

• Energy Efficiency Consulting

Pan Global seeks to provide consulting services toward the improvement of general energy efficiency, and envisions solutions covering areas such as alternative energy technology implementation, building retrofits to reduce energy usage, and the installation of advanced electrical control system technology.

Pan Global recognizes tremendous potential in India, through leveraging the application of established technologies in a rapidly expanding economy. The company has been actively acquiring green generation projects, such as Project Badyar, a small-hydro plant in northern India. The 5.7 MW plant project has already been connected to India’s grid, though various stages of construction continue. Pan Global is also actively supporting the solar installation and services marketplace through an online system designed to bring together buyers and sellers of solar equipment and services. They are also developing a unique hydroponic greenhouse operation for the sustainable production of vegetable crops.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Views India’s Power Needs as Pivotal to Revenue and Growth Opportunities

December 12, 2014

Power or electricity is an integral spoke in the wheel of infrastructure. It directly affects economic growth and a nation’s ability to survive overall. The existence and development of adequate power infrastructure is particularly essential for sustained growth for the Indian economy. With a production of 1,006 terawatt hours (TWh), India is the fifth largest producer and consumer of electricity in the world after US, China, Japan and Russia.

The Indian power sector is without question one of the most diversified in the world. Sources for power generation range from commercial sources such as natural gas, coal, lignite, hydro, oil and nuclear power to other viable non-conventional sources such as wind, solar, and agriculture and domestic waste. The demand for electricity in the country is growing rapidly and is expected to grow further in the years to come. In order to meet the increasing requirement of electricity, massive addition to the installed generating capacity in the country is required.

Pan Global views India’s power challenges as a pivotal opportunity within its mission to deliver shareholder value today and into the future. The company directs its intellectual capital, time and resources toward investing in green energy technology and infrastructure around the world. PGLO fuels its investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency technology and “green” projects that make up solutions for basic infrastructure.

There are currently a number of amateur hydroponic greenhouse operators in India. Pan Global is interested in becoming the first commercial operation that supplies the market of large food chain retail stores and high-end hotels. Under hydroponic greenhouse growing conditions the company believes it can produce high quality, organic produce for consumers there. Overall, Pan Global is focused on developing a series of environmentally sustainable projects that show promise for robust financial return. Some of the project opportunities in India include development of small hydro power generation, agriculture under controlled growing conditions, solar PV projects and geo-thermal power and green buildings.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Getting Out Ahead of Massive Renewable Energy Buildup in India

December 5, 2014

After pledges early last month by India’s Minister of State for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal, who pledged to forge India into a “renewable superpower,” momentum has increasingly picked up to follow the example already set in northeastern states (like Jammu & Kashmir) and especially eastern states (like Nagaland, on the Nepalese border), which currently boast more than half their installed electrical capacity as coming from renewables. This pledge follows up on earlier policy initiatives, like the Indian government’s early 2014 MOU, signed by the Indian ministries, as well as six key public-sector companies, to build a 4 GW solar farm, the largest on earth, near Jaipur, Rajasthan (north-central India). This project would tap into the country’s estimated 750 GW (Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, or MNRE) of solar potential, via a project that would be roughly ten times the size of any other solar project on the planet.

Hydro has also been a key vector and part of the Indian government’s $11B fund to shore up their ambitious goals to both serve electricity to a burgeoning population and increase renewable percentage of the overall installed capacity mix. From renovation and modernization of existing hydro capacity (as well as some thermal), to small-hydro installations aimed at rural locations or to support the overloaded national electrical grid, India has been moving hard to tap their massively underexploited hydro potential. The keynote emphasis on small-hydro executions, which have a lower environmental impact and are ideal for smaller communities, has been a consistent theme.

The rapid rate of both industrialization and urbanization in India, combined with a growing middle class, where rising per capita income is driving per capita electricity consumption at around a 5% CAGR over the past decade, paints a very bullish picture for long-term energy demand according to the Central Electricity Authority (CEA). The Planning Commissions Working Group on Power has even stipulated forward guidance of around an additional 76k MW of installed capacity in their 12th Plan (2016 to 2017), which is set to rise thereafter to 93k MW for their 13th Plan.

Poor quality of existing infrastructure, requiring electrical grid modernization, is a major driving force here. Both for overall spending and for a growing trend towards distributed capacity, where solutions like small-hydro and localized solar farms are seen as key to offsetting macroscopic grid vulnerabilities like those made clear to all during the 2012 blackouts that left 600M-plus without power for days. This is a heavy load to lift considering data points like peak electrical demand hitting 298GW by 2021 to 2022, according to CEA’s 17th Electric Power Survey of India. Shoring up the grid’s vulnerabilities while building up so much capacity is no modest goal for a country that already has the fifth largest generation capacity on earth, with around 4% of global generation capacity according to the Ministry of Power.

This is a target-rich environment for operators like Pan Global, Corp. (OTCQB: PGLO), whose mission, via their wholly-owned subsidiary, Pan Asia Infratech, Corp., is focused on building out global green energy capacity (as well as sustainable agriculture), with a particular emphasis on small-hydro and solar PV (photovoltaic) projects in India. The grid connection back in July this year of their 5.7MW small-hydro plant up in Uttarakhand, known as Project Badyar, is a prime example of the kinds of projects they are engaged in, and the staggered acquisition of the privately-held Indian corporation that commissioned the plant is a clear example of how judicious the company’s overall strategic approach is to the Indian market.

Rajasthan, with a landscape dominated by vast tracts of wastelands, most clearly seen in the sprawling 77k square mile Thar Desert, is a natural target for various forms of solar power projects, with PV being the easiest to execute, as even large farms can be set up in a bite-sized fashion. India’s MNRE has already approached the World Bank for $500M to help kick off the first 750 MW of their massive aforementioned 4 GW solar project near Sambhar Salt Lake in Rajasthan – and it now seems strikingly clear to most investors that the fuse is lit for an explosion of renewable build up in India.

Pan Global can read the proverbial tea leaves here and is moving to get out ahead of the solar curve with the development launch back in June of their Pan Solar Marketplace, a solar installation and services ecommerce marketplace website for India. The Pan Solar Marketplace’s initial focus on rooftop solar systems will be followed up by a shift to other services and the gigantic ground-based solar installation market that is forming.

In the country’s east and northeast, where there is abundant untapped hydro potential and many small rural villages, PGLO has a ready-made market with tremendous roll up potential over the coming years and the company is currently continuing to hammer out the due diligence on more acquisitions like Project Badyar.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO): Banking on the Booming Green Energy Market

November 26, 2014

The green energy market is poised for expansive growth in coming years. According to a recent report by ResearchMoz, the size of the global green energy market is expected to reach approximately $830 billion before 2020. Pan Global Corp. is pursuing acquisitions and opportunities in this space in the present to ensure it captures a significant portion of this booming market in the future.

Members of the general public are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of green energy, and this rise in awareness is contributing to the growth of this market. The ResearchMoz report also comments on how a number of other factors are driving the increased demand for green energy. Environmental concerns, rising energy demand, fuel shortages, coal plant retirements, changes in renewable portfolio standards/regulations and the need for natural gas are all part of the growth equation, which the industry report estimates will come at a compound annual growth rate of 8.3% from 2013 to 2019.

The green energy movement led by government agencies and private institutions is expected to transform the planet and usher in growth in this sector. Members of Pan Global’s management team believe the company is well placed to take advantage of this impending growth, and their long-term aspirations include building shareholder value and growing the business through the acquisition and development of green energy operations in India and outside the country.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) India Project Opportunities Proceed in Hydro, Agriculture and Geothermal

November 20, 2014

Pan Global is surrounded these days with growth opportunities by way of its focus on developing and supporting environmentally sustainable energy and infrastructure projects and technologies. The company endeavors to invest in green energy technology and infrastructure around the world. PGLO fuels investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency technology and “green” projects that make up solutions for basic infrastructure.

Mini-to-small-hydro takes advantage of hydropower generating opportunities on waterways with low flow-rates without damning the channels or having to create a reservoir. Projects like these create power by redirecting a percentage of the water flow, distributing the water through a turbine, and then sending it back to the water channel. This basic technology has been in use for more than 100 years all over the world thus making the technology risk minimal.

Even though India grows enough food to feed its people, food prices of notable commodities have been on the rise. What’s more, India’s prime food growing regions face significant water shortages. The management of PGLO would like to introduce controlled growing food production to India as the company desires to grow certain crops under hydroponic greenhouse growing conditions with proven techniques in North America and Europe. There are currently a number of amateur hydroponic greenhouse operators in India. Pan Global would like to be the first commercial operation that supplies the market of large food chain retail stores and 5 star hotels. Under hydroponic greenhouse growing conditions the company believes it can produce high quality, organic produce for consumers in India.

Overall, Pan Global is focused on developing a series of highly environmentally sustainable projects with prospects for high return on investment. Project opportunities in India include development of small hydro power generation, solar PV projects, agriculture under controlled growing conditions, mega-watt scale geo-thermal power and green buildings.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) – Banking on Hydro Power Generation

November 13, 2014

Pan Global Corp. is banking on the opportunities created by hydro power generation. There is an abundance of such opportunities in the Indian context so the company has a special focus on this sector.

Pan Global’s management has confidence that there are major expansion opportunities for small hydro power generation in India, where less than 1 gigawatt (GW) of a potential 20 GW of capacity has been developed. With so much potential room to grow, not only is the company in talks with various players who have already been issued power purchase agreements, but it is also exploring additional opportunities. One area of potential is the use of this alternative power source in places where antiquated technology cannot generate a fair return but the latest and best-proven technology could be implemented.

With respect to its operations, Pan Global has been collaborating with several parties to create a hydro project pipeline, wherein it would acquire small-hydro projects that are under development or already in operation. So far, the company has been working closely with two parties to acquire up to 30 MW of hydro power projects that will generate revenue as soon as the acquisitions are finalized, as well as another 15 MW of projects under development.

The corporation has also targeted two hydro projects in India for investment. One is a 5.7 megawatt (MW) project and the other a 9.5 MW megawatt project. Due diligence has already begun on the first project. Over the course of the next few months, the company intends to acquire it through a staged acquisition process.

Pan Global, a Carson City, Nevada corporation, invests in energy and infrastructure projects that promote a low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive “green” economy. This pioneering company intends to become a leader in its field through the development, ownership and operation of multiple environmentally-sustainable energy and infrastructure projects in a variety of markets and sectors.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Transforming India’s Power Challenges into Growth Opportunities

November 4, 2014

As temperatures met a 62-year high in Delhi last June, a perplexing situation continued to unfold across India with regard to power. As unprecedented outages have become the order of the day, the country’s power sector finds itself in dire need of quick solutions from untraditional sources. A recent report by India’s Central Electricity Authority (CEA) indicated that the country’s energy shortage is expected to be just over 5% while peak shortage will be 2% during 2014. Industry experts suggest, however, that the report misses the real quantifiable mark and does not come close to representing the situation, which is significantly worse. While the CEA report stated that Delhi and Punjab would have excess energy in the current year, contrary to the report, both states are actually faced with daunting power short falls.

Pan Global Corporation (OTCQB: PGLO) is a company who sees India’s energy challenges in a different light. The company’s business goals and strategic thinking is poised to transform the apparent challenges into opportunities and believes they have in front of them immense opportunities to grow. While India’s growth has declined along with other major emerging markets, PGLO management believes the overall India growth story is very real. Industry data suggests that India is ripe for high GDP growth that will continue for many decades.

Pan Global is focused on developing and supporting environmentally sustainable energy and infrastructure projects and technologies. Its mission to build shareholder value rests with investing in green energy technology and infrastructure around the world. The company allocates resources in renewable energy and energy efficiency technology and “green” projects that are vital to innovative solutions for basic infrastructure.

The company invests in different alternative energy projects, such as power generation projects using solar photovoltaic (“PV”), mini-hydro, geothermal and wind energy technologies, non-energy infrastructure technology and projects that provide environmentally sustainable solutions in place of conventional technology. Additionally, PGLO provides energy efficiency consulting to assist businesses and households increase the efficiency of their energy usage and adopt innovative green energy technologies.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Sets Sights on Growing Renewable Energy Opportunities in India

October 29, 2014

With offices in Carson City and Mumbai, Pan Global operates within three sectors: alternative energy, sustainable solutions, and energy-efficiency. The firm has committed itself to project and technology acquisition and development opportunities across the globe, but with a strong emphasis on India.

Pan Global’s efforts come at a time when the landscape for renewable energy in India is growing favorably. According to an article by Riju Agrawal in The Diplomat, almost 70% of India’s electricity generation relies upon coal. In light of this firm reliance on fossil fuels, the Modi administration has been pushing for renewable energy solutions. These efforts are aimed at curbing India’s already-substantial-but-growing energy demands and helping its energy market achieve greater maturation.

Agrawal notes that over 30% of India’s electricity and distribution is lost due to theft and inferior wiring. Given these challenges and others, the opportunities for renewable energy power in India are tremendous. In industry news from earlier this year, it was reported India had achieved an installed capacity of 32,269.6 MW, or 12.95%, of its total potential for renewable energy capacity. India’s Ministry of New & Renewable Energy has committed to growing this installed capacity up to 41,400 MW by 2017, which translates into $10.51 billion worth of renewable energy opportunities.

With these growth opportunities, Pan Global has been steadily positioning itself for market gains. In recent months, the company has made progress in its project development and acquisition initiatives. Developments such as when Project Badyar, a 5.7MW small-hydro plant in Uttarakhand to which Pan Global has been applying an astute staggered acquisition strategy, had a successful grid connection, demonstrate Pan Global’s growing success. Pan Global’s wholly owned subsidiary Pan Infratech Asia currently holds a 9.93% stake in outstanding shares of the party which commissioned the project, the privately held Indian corporation Regency Yamuna.

On the whole, Pan Global has set its sights on the following immediate opportunities in India:

• The development of small-hydro power generation projects in India
• The development of solar PV projects in India
• The development of hydroponic agriculture under controlled conditions in India
• The development of mega-watt scale geothermal power projects in India

Leveraging its relationships, Pan Global looks to persist in its continued success, build many highly environmentally sustainable and high ROI projects, and emerge as a leader in the growing green economy worldwide.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Pursues Water Management Projects

October 22, 2014

Pan Global Corp. (OTCQB: PGLO) sees opportunity in many places. Since inception, the company’s leaders have aspired to grow the business by acquiring and developing sustainable infrastructure and renewable energy projects in India and elsewhere.

Guided by a belief that there are numerous opportunities in the Indian market, the company has sought to introduce technologies that offer “green” options to the country. In pursuing certain controlled growing and hydro power generation projects, Pan Global has shown that one of its main areas of concern is water management.

Controlled Growing

Controlled growing, or the process of growing using hydroponic greenhouses, is a budding area of opportunity in India. Growing certain crops under controlled growing conditions could considerably increase yields while using only a fraction of the usual water resources. The process has been well-tested in North America and Europe but, so far, only a few Indian growers have taken up the challenge. This is most likely because the process requires a substantial up-front capital investment.

Pan Global has a significant interest in taking the lead on developing a professional controlled growing operation in India. Considering the limited presence of such operations in the country, management believes the investment would be worth it. At the same time, they believe the task can only be accomplished with the help of India’s federal and state governments; it is encouraging that these governments seem keen to support the development of advanced agricultural technologies.

Hydro Power Generation

A number of Indian states with hydro power potential have assessed their resources in recent years and adopted hydro power generation policies for developing both large-scale hydro dam projects and smaller-scale hydro plants. The adoption of policies for the latter type of project is particularly significant for Pan Global because this is where the company intends to concentrate its efforts.

The mini-to-small-hydro option is a form of exploiting hydropower-generating opportunities on waterways with low flow-rates without damning the channels or having to create a reservoir. Just last year, Pan Global continued to implement its business strategy through the staggered acquisition of Project Badyar, a small-hydro power plant in northern India.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Poised for Profit as India Focuses on Hydroelectric Generation under Modi

October 16, 2014

After rejecting the 3k MW Dibang hydro plant two months prior, which would be the biggest hydro plant in all of India, the country’s environment ministry has now subsequently approved the project under considerable pressure from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office, shocking some diehard environmental groups. Yet Modi steamrollered Manmohan Singh out of office partially on a pledge to bring the some 400M Indians estimated by the World Bank to still be without power into the modern age, via a raft of energy infrastructure development, with a particular focus on hydro and small-hydro.

In keeping with the obvious push to ramp up electrical production throughout the country, the national government has also devolved much of the remaining decision making in this area to state governments themselves; state governments which generally show an even greater appetite to build out their infrastructure and turn the lights on in millions of (largely rural) Indian homes. Witness the Himachal Pradesh (just south of Jammu & Kashmir, slated to become India’s top power-producing state, in the remote northeast, and to the northwest of Uttarakhand and the nation of Nepal) state government’s recent decision to waive mandatory clearance for hydro-power projects and you get a strong sense of where the country wants to head and how eagerly in terms of rolling out hydro to meet the demand of India’s still-growing population they really are.

The UN report from last year on India’s population growth even indicated that while China would start to decline by 2028, India would still be growing strong and is on-track to become the planet’s most populous nation in under a decade and a half. In neighboring Nepal (adjacent to Uttarakhand from the southeast), the national government has just signed an agreement with India’s GMR Group to put in the approximately $1.15B, 900 MW Upper Karnali Hydropower plant, which will be the biggest hydroelectric plant in Nepal and from which most of the power would be exported to the ravenous Indian energy market (12% would go to Nepal free of charge and they get a 27% stake). Modi was even in Nepal last month touting hydro development and pledged not only to help accelerate such development, but also pledged some $1B in concessional development loans toward this end. A welcome initiative from India, as Nepal also has crippling energy problems.

No one in the region wants to revisit the 2012 India blackouts scenario that left 600M-plus without power for days and exposed serious systemic flaws in the energy grid. With the northeastern Indian state of Arunachal’s sizeable town of Ziro experiencing recent outages that basically shut down the 83k-citizen encompassing district this August, alongside Nepal’s notoriously bad power stoppages of up to 12 hours a day some days, it looks like the Himalayan foothills are destined to become a regional energy powerhouse.

This is a perfect storm of preconditions for the relatively small sustainable infrastructure-focused company Pan Global Corp. (PGLO), which makes them able to continue pursuing the increasingly dominant, small-hydro portion of their portfolio with zeal. The company’s continued success in this area was recently characterized by the successful grid connection in July of their 5.7MW small-hydro plant in Uttarakhand (Project Badyar). Project Badyar also exemplifies PGLO’s shrewd staggered acquisition strategy, here targeting privately-held Indian corporation Regency Yamuna (currently 9.93% of outstanding equity via PGLO’s wholly-owned Pan Asia Infratech subsidiary), who commissioned the plant.

The report update released in June by GlobalData (Hydropower in India, Market Outlook to 2025, Update 2014), continues to show a strong growth trend moving forward for India’s hydro sector. The recent news clearly telegraphing a more lax attitude towards environmentally regulating energy development by the Indian government should give investors a clear portrait of the country’s yet largely untapped hydro landscape. This is an ideal environment for players like PGLO, which maintains a decidedly environmentally conscious approach to the bottom line, giving local governments a “feel good” choice that will resonate with consumers on both sides of the debate.

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Pan Global Corp.’s (PGLO) Plan to Trump the Competition

October 9, 2014

Pan Global participates in the broad market for environmentally sustainable products and services in alternative energy, operating through its wholly owned subsidiary Pan Asia Infratech Corp. The green market is a competitive one, with success hinging on innovation and application built on a strong business model. While Pan Global is one of many companies offering solutions in its niches of the alternative energy space, the company pivots off of a multi-faceted business model that provides it with unique flexibility for growth in project development and technology application.

Many organizations contending for leading roles in the alternative energy are large competitors who focus on large projects (50 MW or more). Pan Global’s strategy is to crouch below this segment to undertake small and medium size projects where larger, more established competitors have less presence. The company targets projects in their early-stages, a development period in which there are fewer competitors. Examples of includes market-based solar PV projects with private counterparties or mini-hydro where other small competitors do exist, though many lack the project funding available to Pan Global.

A second strong-arm to maintain a competitive edge is a business model is based on three prospective revenue streams: ecommerce fees and commissions; equipment and technology sales; and revenue from operating projects such as power generation, agricultural operations and other infrastructure-related projects.

In terms of generating ecommerce fees Pan Global is currently developing a solar installation and services ecommerce marketplace website for India called Pan Solar Marketplace. This ecommerce website is intended to serve as a connection hub for buyers and sellers of solar equipment and services. The initial focus will be on rooftop solar paneling systems and eventually expand into services and large ground-based solar installations.

Within the power generation realm, Pan Global is exploring opportunities to develop electric power generation projects from renewable energy sources such as solar, mini-hydro, geothermal and wind. While the main focus at this time is on potential projects in India, it is not exclusively so. The company aims to take advantage of strong government-supported incentive programs and intends to invest in projects selected on a case-by-case basis both as owner-developers and/or as partners with other developers. These projects generate revenue through the sale of power generated and sold to either government-owned electricity companies or from the direct sale of power to private buyers.

To accomplish its third revenue stream, Pan Global is perusing the Indian infrastructure industry for opportunities to develop sustainable projects such agriculture, building construction, and water purification and treatment. The strategy here is to develop agricultural growing operations using modern technology and equipment superior to those currently used in India thereby enhancing efficiency, accessibility and sustainability.

Within its chosen sector of the infrastructure space, Pan Global intends to compete against its large and small competitors by relying on a formulated business model that positions the company to achieve growth and by being an early stage adopter of emerging technology and methods which may be available for general use or proprietary under license specifically to Pan Global.

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Pan Global, Corp (PGLO) – Demographic Advantages

October 1, 2014

With a population of over 1.2 billion people and set to become the world’s most populous country within 10 years, it’s not surprising that India has enormous and urgent energy demands. India occupies just 2.8% of global land area and currently has over 17.5% of the world’s population. With such crushing population density amid a population explosion, India is compelled to turn to renewable, sustainable alternative energy solutions. Subsequently, the Indian government has adopted policies which promote renewable energy technologies, including solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and others.

In spite of and because of the expanding population, India is projected to exceed annual economic growth forecasts for decades to come. During the last decade India’s economic growth averaged around 8% per year and is on the verge of a super growth stage. The driving factors of this explosive economic growth are the demographics. India is unique among emerging markets and developed countries. India has a population which over half is under the age of 25 and a literacy rate that exceeds 75% of the population. No other major emerging market has such explosive demographic advantages. A young and highly literate population tends to drive growth and investment at accelerated rates.

With such favorable government policies and this type of projected economic growth, opportunities are abundant for companies like Pan Global, Corp. (PGLO). Pan Global is focused on developing a series of highly environmentally sustainable and high ROI projects with many of the current opportunities concentrated on projects in India.

Pan Global is specifically focused on the following immediate opportunities:

• The development of small Hydro power generation projects in India
• The development of Solar PV projects in India
• The development of Hydroponic agriculture under controlled conditions in India
• The development of mega-watt scale Geothermal power projects in India

By leveraging relationships Pan Global has already:

• Connected their first Hydro project to the power grid
• Launched development of a Solar Ecommerce Marketplace for India
• Commenced the design for a Hydroponic Greenhouse in North India
• Started discussions with a prime player in India’s Geothermal industry

Although ambitious, Pan Global is determined to garner more than their share of the projected $10.5 billion renewable energy market in India.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) – Developing Green Solutions for Global Use

September 26, 2014

From alternative energy solutions to sustainable solutions to energy efficient solutions, Pan Global is investigating and investing in environmentally sustainable energy, infrastructure and technologies. The company’s eye is firmly on building an inclusive green economy around the world, one that results in improved human well-being and social equity while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities.

Alternative Energy

Alternative energy, or any energy source that is an alternative to fossil fuel, is intended to address concerns about fossil fuels, especially high carbon dioxide emissions, a major factor in global warming. Pan Global is investigating opportunities to generate electric power generation from renewable energy sources, such as wind, solar, mini-hydro and geothermal, through potential projects in India and elsewhere.

Sustainable Solutions

Pan Global is also looking to invest in non-energy infrastructure projects and technology that deliver environmentally sustainable solutions in place of traditional technology. The company searches for opportunities to develop projects in the field of agriculture, building technology and water distribution, amongst others. The company’s management believes the Indian agriculture sector, for one, is ready to embrace technologies that substantially reduce environmental footprints. This could be done by improving the efficiency of water use or reducing the intensity of land use.

Energy Efficiency

Pan Global’s executives also believe Indian businesses and households are seeking solutions that can help them with increasing the efficiency of their energy usage and looking to adopt innovative green energy technologies that can supplement or substitute for their reliance on traditional grid-based electricity and fossil fuels. As a result, the company is looking to provide such solutions to customers through its consulting services, project implementation and project management. Pan Global’s team envisions such solutions will cover everything from alternative energy technology implementation to building retrofits that reduce energy usage to the installation of electrical control system technology and other similar services.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Grows Green in India

September 19, 2014

When it comes to the value of renewable energy, much of the talk still focuses on the industrialized world, such as wind power in northern Europe, and solar farms in America’s desert southwest. It’s understandable, since the industrialized world has traditionally been the biggest user of fossil fuels. But it makes it too easy to forget the vast potential and need that renewables represent in rapidly developing parts of the world, like India.

Pan Global Corp., a U.S. based company investing in green energy projects in India, recently cited an article in the Business Standard (http://dtn.fm/7kCA) indicating the rapid progress and large potential for renewables in the country. It points out that India’s installed renewables capacity is already over 32 Gigawatts, almost 13% of the country’s total potential, and that the government has set a 2017 target of reaching over 41 Gigawatts, representing a $10+ billion opportunity for India’s green market. India, with the fifth biggest electricity generation capacity in the world, is still short of energy, and it’s clear that the push is to make up that difference through renewables.

Pan Global considers itself in an excellent position to take advantage of this opportunity, and has been actively acquiring green generation projects, such as Project Badyar, a small-hydro plant in northern India. The 5.7 MW plant project has already been connected to India’s grid, though various stages of construction continue. Testing, certification, and other activities are being completed to achieve full commercial operation. Some of the very first hydroelectric power plants in Asia were constructed in India, and hydro power has a long history in there.

The company is also getting into the solar installation and services ecommerce marketplace through a system designed to bring together buyers and sellers of solar equipment and services, plus they are developing a unique hydroponic greenhouse operation for the sustainable production of vegetable crops.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) Develops Green Infrastructure

September 11, 2014

Government building codes and green requirements have spurred various Indian companies to house their facilities in environmentally sustainable buildings. Over the past 10 years, roughly a thousand buildings built in India have been certified by the LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, a green building certification program that acknowledges best-in-class building plans and procedures.

Pan Global, a U.S. corporation, is focused on becoming a key player in the development of environmentally sustainable building projects in India and supplier of green building technology to Indian developers. The company intends to develop commercial and residential properties, using the best technology adapted to the local environment.

Pan Global believes Indian businesses and households are looking to adopt:

• Ground-breaking technologies that add to or replace their traditional reliance on fossil fuels and grid-based electricity; and

• Innovative solutions that increase the efficiency of their energy usage.

Through consulting services, project implementation and project management, Pan Global seeks to provide solutions that cover everything from building retrofits to reduce energy usage and alternative energy technology implementation to the installation of electrical control system technology.

There are existing technologies in the building sector which significantly improve resource efficiency. They are widely used in Europe and North America, and Pan Global believes they can be adapted to the Indian market so the company is looking to introduce them to the country. In certain instances, the company may license these technologies from the patent holder. In others, and assuming the technology is available for general use, Pan Global will look to develop the projects directly. The company is also on the lookout for opportunities to invest in non-energy infrastructure technology and projects that deliver green solutions in place of conventional technology.

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Pan Global Corp.’s (PGLO) Focus on Low Environmental Impact, Distributed Small Hydro Ideally Suited for Addressing India’s Energy Future

September 5, 2014

Pan Global’s strategy is to build sustainable infrastructure, including regionally-targeted, low environmental impact small hydro projects, as well as other high ROI ventures in Asia’s third-largest economy, India. The company is well-positioned to succeed alongside the country’s mounting GDP, which grew at 5.7% during the June quarter. This is the strongest pace of GDP growth for India in two and a half years and is up 1.7% from the March quarter, driven largely by strong industrial activity.

While Izumi Devalier, an economist for HSBC in Hong Kong, chalked up most of the GDP jump to front-loading of government expenditure in a recent statement, economists at Citi argued India is on its way back to as much as 7% growth with 6% inflation and that it is just a matter of if, not when. Irrespective of who is right in such a debate, the policy initiatives set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government regarding small hydro are clearly positive for PGLO, with Modi dedicating a 240MW hydro project in the northern Jammu & Kashmir state in July, followed up by two more dedications last month (44MW and 45MW respectively). This is considerable development activity considering the difficult terrain and location of the latest dedications being some 10.5k feet above sea level in the Ladakh border region, which sits between the Himalayas and the Kunlun mountain range further north. PM Modi even asserted at the latest hydro project dedication that his government would strive to make Jammu & Kashmir the “energy state of the country,” offering investors a clear signal as to the future of such hydro development in northern India.

A recent report on the Indian hydropower market by MarketReportsOnIndia.com, looking at the sector through 2025, predicts a very bullish trend moving forward and, given the recent World Bank announcement that they will only fund ecologically safe hydro projects in India, the market is wide open for precisely the sort of projects PGLO is looking to do. Projects like the 5.7MW small-hydro plant in Uttarakhand (Project Badyar) which was connected to the grid in July and which PGLO is acquiring through a staggered acquisition (currently 9.93% of outstanding equity held) of the privately-held Indian corporation that is commissioning the plant, Regency Yamuna Energy.

The Uttarakhand government is currently in the process of working on a its recently announced (September 4) power policy overhaul, which focuses heavily on small hydro project development in the 2MW to 25MW range. The stars seem to be aligning for environmentally safe and sound technologies in the small scale hydroelectric power sector in India and PGLO is at the forefront with efforts like Project Badyar, which is currently in testing, certification and other activities associated with commercial operation. Harnessing hydro power on a small scale allows for minimally invasive tapping of river currents and also helps enable cost-effective infrastructural development, even at high altitudes in India’s remote or poorer regions, where larger projects would be logistically ponderous for a variety of reasons.

World Bank estimates indicate that as many as 79 million households in India still have no access to electricity and small-hydro. With its ability to be deployed in remote regions where larger projects, or other types of projects simply aren’t anywhere near as feasible, small-hydro could bring millions into the ligh, as PGLO and other players develop the massive remaining amounts of hydro potential across the country. India currently imports somewhere around 28% of its net energy consumption as well, so this overall trend toward developing distributed hydro must be seen in the light of achieving energy independence as well. This is a subject that the Modi government has been driving hard at since even before the 2012 blackouts, which put as many as 600 million people’s lights out for days and helped put Modi into office.

The specter of grid overload in India, so profoundly represented by the 2012 blackouts, was just conjured up again this week on Tuesday (September 3), with rolling power outages bringing most of Mumbai (around 12.5 million people) to a standstill for the better part of the day, when the primary supplier, Tata Power’s plant in Trombay, had its 500MW unit 5 station trip, causing a domino effect. This latest incident throws a bright spotlight on how difficult it is to solve the problems facing India’s electrical grid and makes a strong case for a less-centralized, more localized/distributed solution, where consumers and businesses are not reliant on a handful of large, often distant providers. Small hydro is going to be a huge variable when it comes to solving the problem of India’s seemingly ravenous hunger for more electricity, driven not just by steady GDP growth, but by a growing population where the birthrate remains at around 2.6 births per woman.

India is still growing at a healthy clip and has clearly put hydroelectric on the front burner legislatively, creating is tremendous potential upside for a small company like PGLO, which is also developing sustainable agriculture projects to feed the growing population high quality organic produce while simultaneously addressing increasingly worrisome water shortage issues. PGLO is also pursuing geothermal and solar PV, as well as environmentally sustainable green buildings using LEED guidelines.

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From River Current to Kilowatt; How Pan Global Corp.’s (PGLO) Power Process Supports Indian Government Initiatives

August 26, 2014

Economist and bestselling author Jeremy Rifkin in a 2012 interview with Renewable Energy Focus Magazine said India is the “the Saudi Arabia of renewable energy sources” if the country can achieve the logistics and financing to tap into its vast renewable energy resources. India is currently ranked among the world’s most active players in renewable energy, and as of December, 2013, had installed capacity of about 69.3GW of renewable technologies-based electricity. Apparently, there’s room to grow.

To further achieve its potential and ease strain of the country’s overburdened electricity grid, India’s government actively encourages investments in the country’s renewable energy market, offering incentives and tax holidays to endorse the development and use of renewable energy sources.

Aligned with these initiatives, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy is charged with the task of developing small-hydro power (SHP) projects with up to 25MW station capacities with estimated power generation potential of about 20,000MW from such plants. For comparison purposes, this is enough energy to power approximately 20,000 homes for one hour. It may not sound like enough energy to make a significant difference, but consider the following. The average Indian household uses roughly 250kWh over the course of an entire year while a single new refrigerator in the U.S. uses about 350kWh per year. The energy demand from individual Indian households is far less than we consume in the United States.

The Ministry is primarily focused on implementing projects in remote and hilly areas lacking adequate electrical transmission grid infrastructure or accessibility. It is estimated that nearly a fourth of the country’s population are without power. The Ministry aims to capture at least 50% of the company’s renewable energy potential within 10 years and provide electricity to these areas while alleviating pressure off the grid.

A world away but closely aligned with government initiatives, Carson City, Nevada-based Pan Global, which also has a Mumbai office, is concentrated on developing renewable energy projects in India, specifically in the areas of hydro-power generation, solar PV, geo-thermal, sustainable agriculture and green construction.

The company is currently in the process of acquiring Project Badyar, a 5.7MW SHP plant northeast of New Delhi, India. On an annual basis, Project Badyar’s power output is estimated at 27,500MWh. When running at full capacity, a staff of approximately 30 employees will operate the plant in three rotating shifts 24/7 year-round. The project is in the final stages of construction and upon commercial operations in the next several months is expected to generate annual revenues of approximately $1.95 million for a 35-year period.

Project Badyar’s power generation process starts on the river, where water is partially collected by a diversion trench weir and passed on into the desander, which filters out sediment and foreign particles in the water. One of the most vital parts of a small-hydroelectric power plant, the desander’s filtration protects the mechanical equipment used later in the process.

After leaving the desander, the water flows through conveyance lines into the forebay tank (or “surge tank”), a massive storage reservoir that reduces pressure changes caused by rapid changes in the velocity of water. A pipe placed at a steep angle carries the water from the forebay tank to the motor in the powerhouse, earning its name by increasing the pressure and speed of water flow to directly impact power output. The powerhouse houses a control room, two turbines, two generators and drives produced power through the switchyard and then to the substation, which in turn feeds the electricity directly to the grid and is then passed on to consumers.

The entire process is hailed as having minimal impact on the surrounding environment, making small hydroelectric power projects a clean and cost-effective solution to provide electricity to remote areas of India. As the government continues to push incentives to foster their growth, widespread acceptance and application of these projects creates significant market opportunity for Pan Global.

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