Exploration, mining and energy

Paladin Hydrogen

Paladin Hydrogen has combined its resources and know how to develop a large-scale coal-to-hydrogen plant in Bell Bay, Tasmania.  

Caason is a substantial shareholder of Paladin having divested it’s interests in HRCM to allow Paladin to secure a competitive advantage by owning a controlling share in the end to end supply chain for its operations.

Paladin’s innovative and patented processes will make it a cheaper and more reliable source of energy which has potential to eliminate GHG emissions from such industries as coal fired electricity generation. The processes for production of green hydrogen are scalable worldwide and once Paladin fulfills its plans to make Australia one of the largest producers of green hydrogen in the world, other coal producers globally will be a natural target for expansion.

In comparison to Solar and Wind, Paladin’s C2H2 process is the cheaper, completely reliable source of energy which has potential to eliminate pollution as a factor from industries such as coal fired electricity generation.

The Paladin process has been certified compliant with Scope1 and Scope2 of the United States EPA Greenhouse Gas reporting program

Impact Gold Limited

Impact Gold Limited (IGL) is an Australian unlisted public company with mining interests primarily in the northwest of Papua New Guinea where it has in place – Aluvial Mining Leases, Local Landowners Tribute Agreements and EPA approvals to commence mining operations. 


The company has territorial rights to the revolutionary Resonance Frequency Geo Technology (RFGT) for Papua New Guinea. This technology provides a significant competitive advantage and has allowed the company to pinpoint the location of substantial gold deposits. 

Impact Gold is focused on sustainable, low risk, strong reward mining delivering positive ecological, economic and social outcomes as well as strong returns to its investors. Caason Group is a top 10 shareholder of Impact Gold.

Warwick Gold Holdings

Warwick Gold Holdings (WGH) is an Australian mining company with mining interests in Gold and Platinum Group Metals (Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium and Iridium) in south eastern Queensland.

WGH has utilized the same Resonance Frequency Geo Technology (RFGT) carried out by Impact Gold to pinpoint the location of its target resources through this target region. In late 2022 WGH acquired from ASX listed company Thomson Resources (ASX: TMZ) the Texas Queensland Australia EL’s, ML’s and all project equipment and infrastructure.

The Caason Group is also a top 10 shareholder in Warwick Gold Holdings (WGH).


Caason Group partners with AXSOL, a German company, that is a battery innovator.

AXSOL have a suite of battery storage solutions including Energy Container Solutions (ECS) to allow Australian industries to maximize the benefits of solar energy. 

The Caason Group is the authorised distributor for AXSOL products in Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka. 

AXSOL’s innovative ECS technology systems are modular and can be precisely tailored to required specifications through the scalability of the storage capacity of up to 3MwH per 40′ container.  

ECS systems are modular and can be precisely tailored to required specifications through the scalability of the storage capacity of up to 3MWH per 40’ container.

LDO Group

LDO Group is an innovative mining and tunnelling specialist renowned for providing quality mining equipment along with mine planning and system/process services, including training.


Caason Group have a strong relationship with LDO for commercialising mutually beneficial opportunities involving tech innovations adopted for the mining sector through Caason’s portfolio.