Why Laos, not elsewhere?

Laos is a highly promising sub-sector in today's world, with a market size exceeding USD 6 billion. As of January 1, 2023, the population of Laos was estimated to be 7,588,047, indicating a growth rate of 1.66%.

Laos has excellent access to the MENA markets, as well as the emerging economies in nearby ASEAN, Asia, and Africa, and the advanced economies of South Korea, Japan, Europe, Australia, and the USA. The market exposure for projects based in Laos is not only vast but also highly diversified.

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Why Laos? 

Laos has two secrets

Strategic Location

As well as easy access to the emerging economies in nearby ASEAN, Asia, and Africa, and the advanced economies of South Korea, Japan, Europe, Australia, Laos is also at the heart of two of the world’s most dynamic and lucrative markets: the American continents and the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) extreme water stress region, and close to China and India. Both China and India have more than 1.4 billion people each, and combined, they make up more than a third of the world’s 8 billion people. 

Lake Anouvong

► In addition to abundant water from the monsoons/rains from the Indian Ocean, the Gulf of Thailand, The regional evaporation cycles, The Global Jetstream, and the melting ice from Tibet, Laos has Lake Anouvong.

Located under the Mekong River basin, below entire Laos stretching from southern China, part of Thailand & Vietnam, to Cambodia (subject to mapping), Lake Anouvong contain more than 500 cubic kilometers of top-quality pure drinking water. The lake is rechargeable from the bottom (1st water cycle) and from the top (2nd water cycle), completely renewable, and capable of supplying billions of people for a long time. 

We invite you and your government to create with us a model to build a greener, fairer and more resilient world

LDCI™ Group Commitments

To adapt and implement the UNSDGs, and 6 WEF challenges accepting solutions

The energy transition is a significant structural change in an energy system. Historically, these changes have been driven by the demand for and availability of different fuels. Energy transitions can also result from the depletion of limited resources, for example: whale oil, wood, palm oil, and petroleum.

Lately, the transition to solar and wind has proven inadequate. LDCI™ Team, Contractors, collaborators, and government obligation are to supply with more sustainable and widely available clean energy by geothermal to power The Hydroloop™ System to supply people with food, and goods at reasonable cost. To create economic growth to drive progress, to create decent jobs for all and improve living standards. To build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation... 

The longer droughts lead to longer and hotter fires, which clear more forest, thus speeding up the process. At the same time, clearing the forest increases the contribution of CO2 into the atmosphere, speeding up climate change and the deforestation-drought-fire feedback loop. Forests have been razed to make space for agriculture and animal grazing, and to obtain wood for fuel, manufacturing, and construction.
More water availability for smart farming with large-scale hemp cultivation is to decrease deforestation by drought. The Hydroloop™ System will provide water to extinguish any forest fire, to restore desertification, and green the cities, to reduce heat island effects and pollution. Therefore, LDCI™ Commitment, Contractors and Government Obligation are to reduce particles in the air.

By promoting healthy lifestyles and healthy food and by identifying important health disparities, LDCI™ Group, Contractors, Collaborators, and government obligations are to reduce health imbalance. Many disparities in health are rooted in inequities in the opportunities and resources, mostly freshwater needs to grow fresh and raw fruits, vegetables, and fish for a healthy diet. The determinants of health include living and working conditions, education, income, neighborhood characteristics, social inclusion, and medical care. An increase in opportunities to be healthier will benefit everyone but more focus should be placed on groups that have been excluded or marginalized in the past. Change and implement policies, laws, systems, environments, and practices to reduce inequities in the opportunities and resources needed to be as healthy as possible. Eliminate the unfair individual and institutional social conditions that give rise to the inequities.

Mobilisation is mobilisation on Climate Change to avoid an irreversible tipping point:
• LDCI™, Investors, Contractors, and Government Obligations Business White Papers are to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius and by targeting net-zero emissions by 2050.
• by physically exchanging natural heat with coldness, solving droughts with floods. These two alone will solve desertification and allow the development of extreme hot SW Asia (Middle East) regions including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Qatar, and Desert-Belt corridors with the possibility to:
• Solve energy crisis, food crisis, and water stress.
• Solve climate change issues,
• Increase food production and land values,
• Restore biodiversity…  

Public-private partnerships are the key to tackling climate change.

Adaptation to Climate change demands new products and services development like The Hydroloop System to tackle sea level rise, over consumption of ground water without replacement, stop and reverse desertification...

The Hydroloop™ System will generate a win-win for both public and private sectors such as the increase of well-paid multigenerational jobs, therefore, GDP and tax revenues increase, and trade balance surplus. It will allow Nations to decrease their debts, avoid pension funds shortfall, and even increase them.

In addition to solving the previous 5 points, LDCI™ Group, Contractors, Collaborators, Investors, and Government obligations to build The Hydroloop™ System as the solution to the World's Biggest Water Challenges.

In order to efficiently distribute large volumes of freshwater around the clock, primarily across Laos, we aim to mitigate the devastating effects of floods, droughts, desertification, groundwater depletion, and fires. These environmental challenges have significant impacts on the global financial system and human life. 

How to Use Western Pacific Tropical Cyclones (Typhoons) to Avoid Global Escalation to WW3

Southeast Asia receives lots of water(1), mostly from the Western Pacific Cyclones (Typhoons). Laos collect them at high altitudes and under the Mekong, Lake Anouvong groundwater. It is estimated that Lake Anouvong contains more than 500 cubic kilometres of top-quality pure drinking water. The lake is rechargeable from the bottom (1st water cycle) and the top (Second Water Cycle), completely renewable and capable of supplying billions of people for a long time. But how can Laos access this abundant resource and share it with its neighbours?

The answer is the Hydroloop™ System, powered by geothermal energy, is a revolutionary project that aims to supply water from Laos via pipelines that can also transport goods and people. Laos has the potential to benefit greatly from its resources through partnership and strategic Alliance.

(1) ► In addition to:

↦ The monsoons/rains:
↦ from the Indian Ocean,
↦ from the Gulf of Thailand,
↦ The regional evaporation cycles,
↦ The Global Jetstream,
↦ the melting Ice from Tibet.

Our proposals to increase Food, Energy and Water

Water delivery and Power Generation without High-Voltage Transmission Lines for geothermal expansion
From under the Mekong basin and above, Laos can transfer and distribute its water, by gravity and kinetic push-pull force concept, accelerated by Geothermal, to as far as MENA and another part of Africa at low pumping cost allowing electricity production at the destination without transmission lines to supply both electricity and water to the large-scale Geothermal plants across MENA and other desert regions. With enough water and energy, the region can focus on food, Energy, and water security, increase PEACE Products, and regional development, not on conflicts.

Smart-Grid by Nigh-Day Power Balancing Act
During the night, (for example Saudi Arabia), electricity can power pumps:
- to increase the speed and volume of water (with coldness/heat storage) from daytime regions for Global Food and Water Securities.
- to accelerate the Hydroloop™ speed of Clean Transport System (goods & people)

Daytime regions experience increased electricity production as the night-time region pumps raise water speed.

This is part of the LDCI™ Group Hydroloop™ System of Smart-Grid without a high-voltage transmission line.