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About Enexor BioEnergy

Enexor BioEnergy provides on-site, renewable energy solutions to help solve organic and plastic waste problems. Its patented bioenergy system derives value from organic waste by producing continuous power and thermal energy for facilities and microgrids worldwide. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Franklin, Tennessee.

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1 Enterprise Court

Franklin, Tennessee, 37067,

United States


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    Enexor BioEnergy’s Bio-CHP is a patented direct combustion, microturbine driven system that can covert any type of organic, biomass, or plastic waste (in any combination) into reliable, renewable electricity (75 kWh) and thermal power (120 kWh) while each system concurrently offsets 1,000+ tons/year of harmful greenhouse gases. Modular and easily transportable, the plug-and-play design of this powerful system allows for quick deployment and onsite mobilization in both developed and developing nations around the world and can be easily aggregated together where more power is needed. With 24/7 continuous renewable power and a low unsubsidized Levelized Cost of Energy, the Bio-CHP system is ideally suited for helping customers across all industries get greater access to more affordable, renewable energy and become mo

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Latest Enexor BioEnergy News

2 start-ups emerge winners in contest held to help Sats manage food, packaging wastes

Oct 10, 2022

Food containers and cups made using a plant-based material developed by one of the winning start-ups, Tria. ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN SINGAPORE - A United States-based start-up will soon convert single-use plastic and food waste from planes into alternative energy for inflight caterer and ground handler Sats. Enexor BioEnergy and another company - local start-up Tria - emerged champions of an inaugural sustainability competition organised by OCBC Bank to help its corporate customer, Sats, manage its food and packaging wastes. Tria develops food containers and cups using a plant-based material, which can be broken down into compost and biofuel upon disposal. The two winners will each receive up to $80,000 in funding from OCBC, and pilot their solutions with Sats. Burning plastic trash to generate electricity can be dangerous because it could emit toxic pollutants and release metals into soil and groundwater. But Enexor uses a patented combustion process that breaks down plastic, food and organic waste at a molecular level, leaving the inorganic elements such as metals to be collected as ash. The combustion process, called thermal oxidation, ensures that the waste is completely broken down without forming significant toxic nitrogen oxides - a key component of air pollution which is typically associated with the combustion of fossil fuel. The inorganic ash can be used in industrial applications - if the metals are valuable - or mixed into asphalt or concrete for construction work, said Enexor founder and chief executive Lee Jestings on Monday. He was speaking to the media at a briefing which announced the two winners of the OCBC Sustainability Innovation Challenge. Enexor's solution - a container-like system called Bio-CHP - is believed to be the world's first micro-turbine fuelled by organic waste. Food waste, plastics and other organic waste such as sawdust and cardboard can be thrown into the system's chute. The waste will undergo combustion, and the resulting hot gases will be filtered to remove the inorganic particles. The gases will be further processed before they go into a micro-turbine to produce power and thermal energy. "Our solution works well with micro-grids and when combined with solar technologies," added Mr Jestings. By the fourth quarter of 2023, Enexor might set up a Bio-CHP system at Changi Airport, and the electricity generated could be used to power Sats' catering operations. As for the pilot involving Tria, passengers onboard some Singapore Airlines aircraft could soon have their meals served in plant-based containers. Sats chief data and sustainability officer Spencer Low said the firm will discuss and finalise the scope of the pilots with Tria and Enexor shortly. Tria uses an in-house process that sees soiled containers and food scraps being broken down into their elemental forms. The waste then undergoes anaerobic digestion to be turned into biofuel for energy and compost for agriculture. Tria recently partnered with KFC's Northpoint City branch to trial its plant-based containers. Between January and September 2021, Sats received more than 250 tonnes of mixed waste each month, including that from inbound flights at the Changi Airport hub. Mixed waste is also generated from its institutional and other catering businesses. Mr Low said that both Enexor and Tria were selected due to their ability to scale-up and because the waste stream from Sats does not need to be segregated before the start-ups come in - which reduces the time and logistics needed. "The challenge with aviation waste is that they are hard to segregate on the plane," he added. Join ST's Telegram channel and get the latest breaking news delivered to you.

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Enexor BioEnergy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Enexor BioEnergy founded?

    Enexor BioEnergy was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Enexor BioEnergy's headquarters?

    Enexor BioEnergy's headquarters is located at 1 Enterprise Court, Franklin.

  • What is Enexor BioEnergy's latest funding round?

    Enexor BioEnergy's latest funding round is Biz Plan Competition.

  • How much did Enexor BioEnergy raise?

    Enexor BioEnergy raised a total of $15M.

  • Who are the investors of Enexor BioEnergy?

    Investors of Enexor BioEnergy include OCBC Bank, Small Business Innovation Research Awards, Plug and Play Accelerator, 100+ Accelerator, BorgWarner and 3 more.

  • What products does Enexor BioEnergy offer?

    Enexor BioEnergy's products include Bio-CHP and 2 more.

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