Enexor BioEnergy selected as finalist for the Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC Challenge) Startup Competition

Halliburton Labs program alum, Enexor BioEnergy, is excited to be a finalist for the Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC Challenge) Startup Competition in the “Sustainable Smart Cities Category.” XTC is the world’s largest startup challenge.
The Top 8 entrepreneurs from four different verticals – Digital Health, Fintech, Sustainable Smart Cities, and Web3 – will be pitching their innovations live on stage at CES in Las Vegas on January 5th and 6th.

Enexor BioEnergy is the renewable energy and carbon conversion solution for the world’s organic, biomass, and plastic waste problems.

Enexor has developed a bioenergy system that will help solve our organic and plastic waste problem. By simultaneously providing immediate energy and waste disposal cost savings, coupled with significant reductions in harmful greenhouse gas (“GHG”) production – this patented system is incomparable to any other system in the world.

Enexor’s onsite combined heating and power technology converts almost any organic or plastic waste into reliable, renewable power and thermal energy. Modular and easily transportable, the plug-and-play design of this powerful system allows for quick deployment and onsite mobilization in most places around the world. With 24/7 continuous renewable power, their systems are ideally suited for microgrids.