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Company Overview of EdeniQ Inc.
EdeniQ Inc. develops and commercializes a platform to convert cellulosic biomass to industrial sugars. The company offers Cellunator, a mixing and milling device that liberates additional starch present in corn; and Pathway, a platform to produce cellulosic ethanol from corn ethanol plants. It sells or licenses its technologies to bio-refineries in the United States and Brazil. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Visalia, California.
2505 North Shirk Road
Visalia, CA 93291
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for EdeniQ Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Consulting Chief Financial Officer
Senior Vice President of Business Development and Interim Senior Vice President of Brazil Operations
Director of Administration and Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
EdeniQ Inc. Key Developments
EdeniQ Inc. Presents at National Advanced Biofuels Conference & Expo, Jun-21-2016 01:30 PM
Apr 8 16
EdeniQ Inc. Presents at National Advanced Biofuels Conference & Expo, Jun-21-2016 01:30 PM. Venue: The Wisconsin Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Speakers: James Kacmar, Pathway Program Director.
EdeniQ Inc. Enters into License Agreement Aemetis
Mar 24 16
Edeniq Inc. entered into a License Agreement under which Aemetis will deploy Edeniq's Pathway technology at its 60 million gallon per year ethanol production facility located in Keyes, California. Edeniq's Pathway Technology integrates Edeniq's Cellunator(TM) equipment with cellulase enzymes to convert corn kernel fiber to cellulosic ethanol. The Pathway Technology utilizes existing fermentation and distillation equipment to produce up to 2.5% cellulosic ethanol and a 7% increase in overall ethanol yield.
Mid American Agri Products/Wheatland Installs Edeniq's Cellunator™ Technology at its Ethanol and Biodiesel Plant in North Platte, Nebraska
Mar 3 16
Edeniq Inc. announced that Mid American Agri Products/Wheatland has installed Edeniq's Cellunator™ technology at its ethanol and biodiesel plant located in North Platte, Nebraska. The Cellunator milling equipment will increase the plant’s 44 million gallons per year (MGPY) of ethanol production capacity by pretreating the corn slurry to liberate additional starch. Edeniq’s Cellunator high shear equipment increases enzyme access to starch by right-sizing particles. The technology also increases production of corn oil. In addition to installing Cellunators, MAAPW has an option to license the Pathway Technology. Edeniq’s Pathway Technology integrates Edeniq’s Cellunator equipment with cellulase enzymes to convert corn kernel fiber to cellulosic ethanol. The Pathway Technology utilizes existing fermentation and distillation equipment to produce up to 2.5% cellulosic ethanol and a 7% increase in overall ethanol yield.
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