OBSC

office (419) 994-0405
cell (419) 908-7663
obsc@[remove]ohiobiosystems.org

National Transportation Energy Program

 

OBSC

Ohio BioSystems Cooperative, Inc. has been established as a not-for-profit Research and Development entity in Holmes and Ashland Counties, Ohio.

Purpose

We are a nonprofit think-tank engaged in focused scientific research and development for energy independence. We intend to lead this nation into a renewable and sustainable energy independence through focused scientific knowledge, synergistic collaborations, exact technical know-how through and to the implementation of for-profit spin-offs and when possible or practical the aid and assistance of other renewable energy based business models.

We are an engaged cooperative focused on scientific research and development of any potentially sustainable, renewable material and thus energy and socio-economic independence within a global pollutant-free framework. This “frame-work” may include aquaponics, aquaculture, vertical farming in the store, various conservation contexts and deep-winter “Pit Greenhouses” just to mention just a few.

  1. Ohio BioSystems Cooperative, Inc. (OBSC) has been established as an Ohio not-for-profit and as an IRS vetted 501c3 public charity.
  2. OBSC has initially positioned itself as a renewable materials, systems research and development entity in Holmes and Ashland Counties, Ohio.
  3. The long-term strategic vision is to integrate the renewable services locally, then into all eighty-eight Ohio counties and finally into the nation.
  4. Our primary focus is on the public and the support thereof; support can be as little as seed, a dozen range fed eggs, or as complex as a “Biomass Conversion Facility”, Municipal Solid
    Waste (MSW) separation plant, conjunctive bioreactor and refinery, short-termed eMRF™ (energy Materials,
    Recovery and fuels Facility).
     
  5. In each of the business segments, the research we have accomplished shows that it is all viable, and it all works well.
  6. In this, and although our primary focus is Advanced Fuels Technologies, our intent is to also guide and support high-tech agribusiness as a “Renewable Materials” cooperative engaged in the producing operations of a farm, the manufacture/distribution of equipment and supplies, and the processing, storage, and distribution of farm based commodities germane.
  7. Research is useless unless there is a plan to segment it into the economy and the GNP. Moreover, we will show the technology daily as scaled functioning systems where and when possible as well as providing individual and seminar-based training as it becomes feasible.
  8. If we are to show and educate these technologies, and how they work segment by segment, OBSC must open an open-warehouse type of storefront and hire employees to facilitate the implementation of the technology statewide. In this, we must conduct feasibility studies, develop business plans to provide and facilitate the envisioned strategic planning context
    germane.
  9. OBSC is requesting $200,000 to facilitate the initial opening of the, “Renewable Materials and Energy Reforming Center."
  10. Accomplishing this will provide the necessary leadership and operational improvement training to internal and external efforts germane.

    There are 7 business segments which encompass OBSC’s efforts:
        a. Advanced Systems and Robotics
        b. Agriculture
        c. Automotive
        d. Energy and Fuels Recovery
        e. Manufacturing
        f. Medical & Bio-Engineering
        g. Refinery Development.
  11. Reforming Center” (rMERC).

    All work shall be developmental metrics based; nominally, a minimum of 15% of the work shall be performed by OBSC, the remainder by volunteers, consultants and contractors. However, in this initial Phase work, all efforts in establishing OBSC as a resource in Project 1 are performed by OBSC staff and volunteers.

    Later efforts shall be with paid consultants and/or contractors, but only where OBSC does not possess the necessary capabilities to complete the tasks.  We intend to lead this nation into a renewable and sustainable energy independence through focused scientific knowledge, synergistic collaborations, exact technical know-how through and to the implementation of forprofit spin-offs and when possible or practical the aid and assistance of other renewable energy based business models.

The Bottom line is that we are building an

INDUSTRY

not a BUSINESS