Edeniq’s core Intellulose® solution offering is the output of a mass balance calculation to grain ethanol manufacturers that quantifies the volume of cellulosic or fiber ethanol produced during the fermentation process.
The inputs for the mass balance calculation are analytical data points generated from customer process samples using the Edeniq analytical chemistry methods.
The cellulosic or fiber ethanol volumes are then used by the ethanol producer to obtain credits or premiums under state and federal programs such as California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard, Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program, or the U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard.
Backed by an experienced technical staff and dedicated lab facility, Intellulose is protected by significant trade secret knowledge and patent filings, with analytical methods that have been reviewed and vetted by external subject matter experts and approved by various regulatory bodies.
The Company has developed excellent credibility, working relationships, and deep ties within the U.S. corn ethanol industry and state and federal governing agencies.
Intellulose technology platform is backed by significant trade secret and know-how IP, along with several patents and patent applications
Analytical methods have been reviewed and vetted by external subject matter experts
Long-term entrenched relationships with the leading independent U.S. ethanol producers
Excellent working relationships with regulatory bodies and national labs
Customer Retention Rate
Edeniq employs a highly experienced technical staff that is well-respected within the scientific community
Led by industry veteran and CTO Dan Michalopoulos, PhD, the lab team is made up of approximately 20 team members
90% with science degrees
The 6,720 sq. ft. facility in Visalia, CA houses Edeniq’s top-of-the line testing equipment
Advanced instruments allow Edeniq to process all samples completely in-house
Early Detection of Commercial Crop Diseases such as Citrus Greening
Current analytics for crop foliage
Spectral calibrations for critical sugars and carbohydrates
Rapid diagnostics for commercial crops
Drone & robotic hyperspectral imagery