Invest for the future

Now, you can invest sustainably in an innovative “Green Tech” company in a way that contributes to a better environment – while having the opportunity to achieve a good financial return*. You do not have to choose. Climate change requires us to think in new directions. This is especially true in R&D, process development and engineering to produce renewable products and recycling in a more efficient and sustainable way. The market and demand continue to grow and businesses can take advantage of the expansion.

SUND operates in one of the most exciting industries that exists both now and in the future. The market and demand for renewable products continues to grow. We offer investors the chance to take part in the expansion of our company. “Go Green, Get Rich!”

SUND intends to lead the development of renewable products from the forest.

We intend to lead the development of processes for the production of renewable products from the forest. We have a goal to replace fossil raw materials leading to a positive climate and environmental effect. Today, our main focus is to establish the company’s brand in sulphite-based biorefinery technologies and as an independent expert in R&D, engineering and consulting. Our short-term goal is to gain market share in a rapidly growing market for R&D, engineering and consulting services in biorefinery by merging our departments into one TechCenter. Our medium-term goal is to build our own test and innovation centre where we have various pilot facilities for advanced biorefinery processes. Our long-term goal is to reach the market and license our proprietary biorefinery technologies.

A few word from our CEO!

SUND Group’s carbon dioxide reduction method for converting biomass into renewable products that replace fossils can be part of the solution to cope with the transition, says the company’s CEO Eva Forsberg.

The debate on electricity and energy prices in Europe has highlighted the problems we face when the whole society is to be electrified in favor of reducing fossil dependence – at the same time as there is disagreement about how the implementation should go.

– To replace fossil products with fossil-free from the forest and then much better methods are needed to make use of these resources in a much better way than what is done today. As it looks today, more than 60% of the forest is burned to produce electricity and heat. Just under 40% of the forest is products such as wood and paper. Less than 1% will be renewable products.

Therefore, the question should be asked whether it is really the right way to burn most of the forest instead of producing fossil-free products so that we can replace our oil dependence?

Most often in the debate that burning biomass is carbon neutral, which I claim is wrong. If you burn, carbon dioxide is formed (1kg biomass = 3.67kg CO2) which is released even if that part is then sucked up by the tree, which is true but for a long time.

I believe that emission-free energy production and a transport sector powered by carbon-free fuels that do not create carbon dioxide emissions, which in turn reduces the need for fossil fuels. We are also increasing the recycling of plastic, paper, etc. while we make better use of forest resources where we can both use the forest as a carbon sink while we can replace fossils with fossil-free products that are produced sustainably in industrial processes that do not create emissions, we can manage the entire climate change in a distinguished way until 2040.

If you invest in technology such as our SundFit, where today we have a commercial, sustainable solution that utilizes over 95% of the forest and less than 5% that goes to energy. Instead of sending carbon dioxide into the earth with consequences that we can not predict, we can instead create carbon dioxide storage by binding the carbon dioxide in products instead that are both cheaper and more predictable. This means that we can reduce by 3.5 kg CO2 for every kg of forest raw material that is not incinerated but instead becomes a product where the carbon dioxide is stored.

Here we are talking about huge amounts of carbon dioxide that can be reduced and stored just by stopping burning and thoughts of storing the carbon dioxide in the bedrock. Instead, I believe that we should make fossil-free products that reduce oil dependence and carbon dioxide emissions, says Eva Forsberg, CEO of SUND Group.

The SundFit platform enables production completely without carbon dioxide emissions.

SUND Group has developed a modular and cost-effective biocombined platform, SundFit, which converts biomass into a range of fossil-free products with zero carbon dioxide emissions – twice as efficient as traditional methods and with lower operating costs. The various planable technologies on the platform are untimed to be able to use large amounts of weather sensitive energy from non-solar cells and wind turbines. This is done by allowing us to buffer large amounts of energy in the processes.

Together with the EU and well-known companies in Europe, SUND conducts feasibility studies and development projects to sharpen the technology and its components. The company plans to commission a Demo pilot plant 2024-2025. But the technologies are already today ready for commercial expansion in Europe and globally.

The goal: SundFit will be the dominant technology for the forest industry.