Environmental Technologies​

Future Energy Investments

Caason Group holds a substantial financial interest in Future Energy Investments Pty Ltd (FEI). Caason Group MD and CEO Craig Astill is an executive director on FEI’s board.

FEI is an Australian company established to provide waste reduction, degradation processes, and consumable environmental products to the Australian and global markets.

FEI’s primary product is ThermoFuel, a proven and globally patented technology. ThermoFuel converts end of life plastics in a continuous production process into fully compliant diesel fuel or alternative fuel for industrial purposes.

GS Bavaria

Caason Group represents GS Bavaria in Australasia, Asia, the Pacific and named multi-national organisations. Caason Group was a cornerstone investor into Alternative Energy Europe (Gmbh) which is the owner of GS Bavaria.

GS Bavaria owns recycling technology and provides nanopowders to the composite metals, plastics and resin industries. 

Formosa Energy

Established in 2015 and headquartered in Melbourne, Formosa Energy (FE) is the Australian arm of Formosa Plastics Group (FPG) with territorial responsibilities for Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Rim nations.

Formosa Plastics Group is a large diversified multi-national conglomerate headquartered in Taiwan. Formosa Energy and Caason Group maintain a strong strategic partnership.

Caason Inventa

Caason Inventa, a wholly owned subsidiary of Caason Group, investigates CO² output reduction technologies for the mining,  energy, manufacturing and industrial land rehabilitation industries.


The agriculture sector, or any industry hungry for three phase electricity, can finally get a smart energy solution by TRiiiON Technologies Pty Ltd. It plugs in at the farm-gate to convert single phase electricity to three phase in a clean, efficient and cost effective way. TRiiiON is Australian made and has proudly patented this technology locally and overseas.

By plugging into any existing single phase input from any source – grid, wind, solar and battery – the unique TRiiiON technology constructs two additional phases internally. This allows a firm, stable, clean and high quality three phase power supply.

Caason Group is assisting TRiiiON to raise capital for product and business model development and to collaborate to expand distribution channels in Australia and overseas.

K9 Crops

K9 Crops’ “plant-language-as-a-service” seeks to transform yield mapping, elevate crop growers’ enterprise value and support sustainable farming. The USA-based company uses canines to patrol crops as they have the capacity to hear plants’ ultrasonic sounds, emitted by plants while under stress.

K9 Crops detects plant sounds to enable precision farming for profitability and sustainability and has already delivered promising field trials. Caason Group has an MOU with K9 Crops and hopes to explore the potential of a trial on Aileron Pastoral Holdings (Caason Group’s 4000sqkm NT cattle station). Caason Group’s MD and CEO Craig Astill is an agriculture advisory board member for K9 Crops.

Kiko Technology Limited

Caason Group has entered a commercial partnership with Kiko Technology, a Hong Kong company that utilises Japanese technology to kinetically energise water. Kiko Technology offers a revolutionary approach to managing water that is affordable and reliable when compared to existing mechanical processes. 

Kiko Technology has created a Kinetic Energy Delivery System for water, coined “KEDS”. It has applications in agriculture, aquaculture, soils and more. It improves the kinetic energy and physical characteristics of any water. Today’s water simply vibrates slower than it should. KEDS uses natural volcanic stones charged under a proprietary know-how to dramatically enhance water quality.

Truly Green Plastic™

Truly Green Plastic™ is a ground-breaking, eco-friendly cleantech born at the intersection of biotechnology, chemical engineering and cannabis agriculture. Based in Canada, and with networks throughout the world, Truly Green Plastic™ takes leftover plant material from harvested industrial hemp or medicinal cannabis and converts it into a fully-biodegradable plastic using a bacterial conversion process. 

Caason Group and Truly Green Plastic™ hold a partnership for the Australian market development.