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Loan | Alive

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Last Raised

$250K | 2 yrs ago



About Edeniq

Edeniq is a cellulosic and biorefining technology company. Its Pathway Technology is a low-cost solution for producing cellulosic sugars and cellulosic ethanol from corn kernel fiber. Edeniq's capital light and operationally efficient solutions can be easily integrated into existing biorefineries that produce ethanol, other biofuels, biochemicals, and/or bio-based products. Edeniq also develops analytical methods to quantify cellulosic ethanol co-produced with conventional ethanol during fermentation.

Edeniq Headquarters Location

2505 North Shirk Road

Visalia, California, 93291,

United States


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Edeniq Patents

Edeniq has filed 20 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Biofuels
  • Ethanol fuel
  • Papermaking
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Quaternary ammonium compounds, Polysaccharides, Papermaking, Ethanol fuel, Biofuels


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Quaternary ammonium compounds, Polysaccharides, Papermaking, Ethanol fuel, Biofuels



Latest Edeniq News

Edeniq slims down to just 10 people as it seeks to wait out COVID-19

Jul 9, 2020

Edeniq slims down to just 10 people as it seeks to wait out COVID-19 In California, the Visalia Sun Gazette newspaper reports that Edeniq has shut down its long-time headquarters and laboratory , moving to a much smaller facility with just 10 people on staff instead of 50. The COVID-19 pandemic has destroyed demand for the company’s products even though California requires low carbon intensity fuels. Its lab equipment has been sold off, so the shift isn’t a temporary one. Already in December, the company closed its Nebraska facility. The company assures it is still operating, however. DigestConnect DigestConnect is a weekly online get-together for the bioeconomy, featuring trendsetters and online commentary by real leaders on the real issues. A Special Webinar: Opportunities in renewable fuels and chemicals at the Port of Rotterdam. In this special DIGEST WEBINAR, we look at the Port of Rotterdam (home to the massive Neste renewable diesel and and Europe's largest ethanol plant, as well as emerging chemical and green hydrogen projects) for project opportunities in the advanced bioeconomy. We were joined by Stijn Effting, the Port's business manager for renewable fuels and chemicals. DigestConnect #15 is here- Renewable biogas; de-risking projects. We were joined by Christopher Bush from Canada with a look at renewable biogas and renewable natural gas. And Mike Newman joined from Perhelion Underwriting as we looked at Financing and de-risking the climate challenge. Also, Anju Krivov, David Dodds, and Ron Cascone. . DigestConnect #14 is here - Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividends. Today we looked at the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, HR763 and were joined by Congressman Ted Deutch, Harold Hedelman, Rick Knight, Joel Stone, Tammy Klein, Graham Noyes,  and Gil Jenkins. . DC #13 - Flavors & Fragrances, Sustainable Aviation Fuels is here. Scott Chaplin of SCMC Consulting takes us into renewable chemicals, specifically flavors and fragrances. Also we looked at the Journey to Sustainable Aviation Fuels, and recent progress despite the challenges of COVID-19. We were joined in the Lightning Round by Michele Rubino, Larry Sullivan and Todd Campbell as we looked at the trends. . DigestConnect #12 is here. Today we looked at green sustainable hydrogen and were joined by Jean-Louis Kindler of Ways2H, Michele Rubino, Paul Bryan and Ron Cascone. . DigestConnect #11 is here. Today we looked at agriculture + biofuels and the Sarnia Lambton Hybrid Chemistry Cluster, and were joined by Doug Berven of POET, Matthew Slotwinski of Sarnia-Lambton, David Dodds, Joel Stone, Paul Bryan and Steve Weiss. DigestConnect #10 is here. Today we looked at Bioeconomy Development Zones. Many have called for the New Normal to be a Better Normal - Bioeconomy Development Zones are becoming a part of that conversation and the conversation on that subject was led by Ecostrat CEO Jordan Solomon with Scott Chabina, Max Vernier, Kate Lewis, Mark Riedy and Tom Hicks. DigestConnect #9 is here . Today we are joined by Joanne Ivancic with Advanced Biofuels USA, Graham Noyes of the Low Carbon Fuels Coalition, and Jeremy Martin with the Union of Concerned Scientists as we look at Improving Understanding of the Role of Renewable Fuels in a Green Recovery. Digest Connect #8 is here. Today we are joined by Bill Hagy formerly with USDA and now in private consulting for a look at federal funding programs and Carolina Grassi joins us from the Roundtable on Sustainable BioMaterials as we look at proving sustainability. Digest Connect #7 is here. We are joined by the CEO of the Renewable Fuels Association, Geoff Cooper, as we look at Green Recovery.

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Edeniq Rank

  • When was Edeniq founded?

    Edeniq was founded in 2007.

  • Where is Edeniq's headquarters?

    Edeniq's headquarters is located at 2505 North Shirk Road, Visalia.

  • What is Edeniq's latest funding round?

    Edeniq's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did Edeniq raise?

    Edeniq raised a total of $130.07M.

  • Who are the investors of Edeniq?

    Investors of Edeniq include Paycheck Protection Program, Angeleno Group, Cyrus Capital Partners, Flint Hills Resources, I2BF Global Ventures and 18 more.

  • Who are Edeniq's competitors?

    Competitors of Edeniq include Fulcrum BioEnergy, Evolutionary Genomics, KiOR, Inventure Chemical Technology, ClearFuels Technology and 13 more.

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