Enexor BioEnergy, LLC, of Franklin, Tenn., the renewable energy and carbon conversion solution for organic, biomass, and plastic waste problems, announced that it has been selected into the prestigious 100+ Accelerator to find solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental and social challenges.
Sponsored by AB InBev, Unilever, The Coca-Cola Company, and Colgate-Palmolive, 100+ Accelerator selected 36 startups out of over 1,000 applicants from across the world to solve the sustainability challenges of their supply chains, with Enexor in their Climate Action category.
“Enexor BioEnergy’s ability to create affordable renewable energy and carbon and plastic credits addresses numerous challenges,” stated Maisie Devine, AB InBev’s global director and managing partner of 100+ Accelerator. “We are excited to welcome them into our Accelerator program and see them become a key solution.”
Enexor’s patented Bio-CHP system is easily transportable. This plug-and-play system allows for quick deployment and on-site mobilization around the world. Enexor’s unique business model enables immediate cost savings and sustainability for its customers.
This selection builds on an exciting year for Enexor, including a $10 million investment from BorgWarner Inc., selection into Google’s Climate Change Accelerator and Halliburton Company’s Clean-Tech Labs Accelerator, and winning the United Nations World Tourism Sustainable Development Goals Startup Competition.
“We are honored and excited to be joining 100+ Accelerator,” stated Lee Jestings, Enexor founder and CEO. “We look forward to launching pilots with these corporate sponsors to convert the organic and plastic waste generated in their operations into affordable renewable energy, helping them to save money on energy and waste costs while expediting their sustainability goals.”
About Enexor BioEnergy
Enexor BioEnergy provides on-site, renewable energy and carbon conversion solutions. Enexor’s patented bioenergy system derives value from organic and plastic waste by producing 24/7 continuous power and thermal energy for facilities and microgrids worldwide from inside a 20-foot custom shipping container. The Bio-CHP systems are designed to be deployable next to a retail store in the United States, hurricane-exposed areas in the Caribbean, or a village in Africa. Enexor manufactures its systems at its headquarters in Franklin, Tenn., a Nashville suburb. More at www.enexor.com.