Enexor Bioenergy chosen for Google climate change programme

Enexor Bioenergy has been chosen as one of 11 companies in North America to participate in the inaugural Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change.

This programme recognises Enexor, which generates green energy from organic waste, as a top company providing innovative and impactful climate change solutions.

Launching in June, the three-month programme grants access to Google’s best programmes, products, people and technology to start-ups developing early-stage solutions to mitigate the environmental impact of climate change. Through this partnership, Enexor will rapidly accelerate the commercialisation of its carbon conversion and renewable energy solution to help increase efficiency and reduce the carbon footprints of companies globally.

“I am eager to welcome Enexor into the first Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change cohort and support the company’s ambitious mission: solving the world’s organic, biomass, and plastic waste overabundance problem,” said Jason Scott, head of start-up developer ecosystems at Google.

“The team highlights Tennessee’s growing entrepreneurial ecosystem, and we couldn’t be happier to advance their solution with Google’s mentorship and machine learning expertise.”

Enexor’s patented bio-CHP system converts almost any organic, biomass, or plastic waste into reliable renewable power and thermal energy while reducing carbon emissions. Modular and easily transportable, the plug-and-play design of this system allows for quick deployment and on-site mobilisation in most places around the world.

Lee Jestings, Enexor’s founder and CEO, commented: “This is a major boost for our technology and a great honour to be selected by Google for the launch of its accelerator programme. We believe Google’s deep technical, engineering, and novel machine learning expertise will dramatically accelerate commercialisation of our renewable energy and carbon reduction technology and help us deploy our systems to the neediest places in the world.”

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