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Stage

Unattributed - II | Alive

Total Raised

$1.14M

Last Raised

$580K | 7 yrs ago

Revenue

$0000 

About Enginuity Worldwide

Enginuity Worldwide develops technology to augment and enhance coal-fired power generation. The company's fuel causes coal to last longer and go further than it ever has. It can help power plants provide the kind of energy that citizens want from their power plants – energy they can feel good about, without extra facility cost. eCARB is engineered to incorporate diverse and multiple sources of raw biomass to increase supply, security and reliability; accesses non-woody, annually renewable, home-grown fuel source to add to current portfolio for renewable power mandate; may become a cornerstone of the biomass supply sources development, on which to build further biomass generation and energy conversion capacity.

Enginuity Worldwide Headquarter Location

7400 North Fall Creek

Columbia, Missouri, 65202,

United States

573-682-0042

Latest Enginuity Worldwide News

Enginuity Worldwide Wins Grant for BioCoal Fuel

Jul 13, 2016

Joanna Schroeder Print The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has awarded a $250,525 grant to Enginuity Worldwide to develop its BioCoal Fuel. The Missouri-based company uses its patented rotary compression technology to produce the renewable fuel. The multi-phase grant will begin on July 1, 2016 and will end June 30, 2017. “Through its innovative biotechnology, Enginuity Worldwide has provided Nebraska with an opportunity to introduce biomass as an alternative fuel source using the state’s current waste stream and vast agriculture industry,” said Jim Macy, Director of the DEQ. “As the DEQ develops its plan to meet waste management targets, we look forward to working with Enginuity to help us reach this goal.” Enginuity’s rotary compression technology transforms waste streams such as eastern red cedar, corn stover, sorghum stover, animal manure and woody waste, into energy-dense, easily transportable biomass – better known as BioCoal Fuel. The company says the product can be used as a cost-effective solution for existing coal-fired power plants to meet carbon emission targets by simply co-firing the product alongside current coal supplies without making expensive facility alterations. Nancy Heimann, Founder and CEO of Enginuity Worldwide, said of winning the DEQ grant, “BioCoal Fuel can help make a cleaner, more sustainable energy for consumers without raising electricity rates. This grant can ultimately help build on Nebraska’s $22.6 billion agriculture industry, and further provide a solution for the state’s 15 coal-fired power plants to meet emission targets. We are proud to work with the DEQ, who understands the economic and environmental potential of our technology, and is willing to lead in the country as an early adopter.”

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Enginuity Worldwide Patents

Enginuity Worldwide has filed 16 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Biofuels
  • Chemical processes
  • Fuel gas
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