LCTI Low Carbon Technologies International Inc. (“LCTI”) is a diversified company focused on the Clean-tech, Construction, Energy, Energy Efficiency, Environmental, Mining and Real Estate business sectors.
LCTI focuses on three value “buckets”. The first bucket consists of the acquisition of profitable operating businesses in which the company holds a controlling stake, the second consisting of investment in intellectual property and the third consisting of investment in real estate assets which are acquired for the development of future projects.
What We Do
- We combine the Old with the New.
- LCTI acquires legacy owned profitable businesses. (The Old)
- LCTI acquires technologies. (The New)
- LCTI utilizes its technologies in the development of clean-tech projects which are located on LCTI real estate assets.
- LCTI combines the technology licenses with the profitable operating businesses. Creating profitable clean-tech companies.
- LCTI issues sub-licenses or makes other asset contributions to third parties in exchange for project or company equity and licensing royalties.
- LCTI plans to spin out each subsidiary into the public markets.
- LCTI reinvests its profits in the acquisition of additional profitable operating businesses.
Business Model Example
- Clean-tech Project: 400 Metric Ton Waste to Energy Facility
- Clean-tech Project Owner: Low Carbon Technologies International, Inc.
- Location: Luka, Mississippi. LCTI has long term lease of former Tennessee Valley Authority Nuclear Power& NASA Rocket Facility Located at the juncture of the Tennessee River & the Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway with connections to the Mississippi-Ohio-Missouri River Systems and the Gulf of Mexico.
- Project Management and Contractor: Allco LLC (In negotiations to purchase)
- Manufacturer of Facility: Prestige Thermal Americas (LCTI owned company)
- Clean-tech Technology Provider: LCTI (LCTI owns IPR rights GEI Green Energy Industries PTY Ltd.)
- Future Potential Pubco: Prestige Thermal Americas LLC brought to public market.
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