ABOUT US

Elion House (the ‘Sun’) was established in 2008 as one of the first multidisciplinary clean-bio technology incubators in Japan and the Asia-Pacific.

It has acquired extensive technological know-how on the cutting-edge of science. It is pioneering the solar-hydrogen revolution and offers holistic-minded investors environmental-social-governance-(ESG)- compliant assets that produce a regenerative return on investment (“RROI” vs. short-term “ROI”) and sustainable long-term capital appreciation from leading-edge technology economies of scale.

Philosophy & Logo: “Elion” is the ancients’ name for the Sun. We work to integrate scientific understanding with a recognition of Spirit in Nature. The scales represent the need for BALANCE of the dichotomy, the universal law of POLARITY: physics-chemistry, positive-negative, emissive-absorptive, Ying-Yang, male-female etc. Although opposites in their manifestation, the two are aspects of the same reality that we create. If we can BALANCE the scales, we can achieve Peace and Abundance.

Our foundational purpose is to build a Solar Civilisation and heal and sustain life on Earth – change our relationship with it by being a force multiplier of a Clean Industrial Revolution based on technology that does not deplete our planet’s finite resources but rather makes use of infinite resources. Such a civilisation would be full of benefits. Energy would more affordable everywhere. Our cities would be quieter and cleaner. And the energy would never run out.

Elion House moderated a panel of institutional investors at RiskMinds 2018 including IFC (World Bank), Swiss Re, and Peak Re whereby the panel agreed that we have a moral imperative to act now on climate change, and that if you include clean fuels like hydrogen, clean energy then represents a $20 trillion opportunity.

Elion House was identified by Bloomberg as a potential “New Energy Pioneer” in 2017 and 2018. It is also a member of the following organisations: Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures; Japanese Securities Dealer’s Association; the Singapore Business Federation.

“Natural Capital at Risk” globally has been identified at $7.3 trillion (environmental and social costs of business) and against a backdrop of increasing natural resource vulnerability fuelled by population growth and intensifying environmental regulations, companies that act now to decouple their growth from natural capital costs will be the companies of the future.

A lot can be said about how a government or business plans to move forward – if progress comes at the expense of accountability and long-term positive impact on the economy, environment, people and society, what good is it to anyone in the long term? Our children will be inheriting the damages the previous generation left behind on the planet so it is imperative that we make ethical business decisions for the benefit of both nature and society.

Technological advances are changing the face of the global economy and how it works – what industries are next to change and how will the entire global economic ecosystem be affected? We believe that Risk is Not the Reward. The rewards are driving technological or process innovations that create vibrant new markets that reduce environmental and social impacts. We see sustainable development as an enabler and believe that lifestyles of a clean environment and health will usher in a new way of life and a new generation of wealth as savvy investors and consumers are raising their expectations of the private and public sectors to incorporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria into their operations.

Our mission is to look for a future that has already happened and act on innovative trends that are just now emerging but will carry forward the potential for everlasting positive change in the world that builds resilience to environmental pollution and climate change impacts – to help ease a suffering humanity, Totality.

“Humanity is going to require a substantially new way of thinking if it is to survive” Albert Einstein

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