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Biofuels Digest

Biofuels Digest Biofuels Digest, the world’s most widely-read advanced bioeconomy daily has recently published the results of its poll to identify the top 40 Hottest Smaller Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy rankings. It was the first year for the Hot 40, which recognizes companies with less than 50 full-time employees and $20 million or less […]

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NEF Featured in OAFT Game Changers in Agriculture

New Energy Farms (NEF) featured in OAFT Game Changers in Agriculture Episode 49 of the Ontario Agri-Food Technologies (OAFT) video series Game Changers in Agriculture profiles CEEDS Going to Brazil. CEEDS technology is developed by New Energy Farms of Leamington, Ontario Canada. Click here to watch the full video at Biotalk.ca.

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Partnership with Syngenta

New Energy Farms announces its partnership with Syngenta to develop and commercialize CEEDS technology on Sugarcane in Brazil. New Energy Farms has been developing its unique CEEDSTM (Crop Expansion Encapsulation and Drilling System) technology since 2009 and have demonstrated it to be effective on a wide range of vegetatively propagated crops. CEEDSTM technology has addressed […]

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New Energy Farms announces its partnership with Syngenta to develop and commercialize CEEDS technology on Sugarcane in Brazil.

New Energy Farms has been developing its unique CEEDSTM (Crop Expansion Encapsulation and Drilling System) technology since 2009 and have demonstrated it to be effective on a wide range of vegetatively propagated crops. CEEDSTM technology has addressed many of the key problems associated with the large scale planting of vegetative crops like sugar cane. The […]

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New Energy Farms Perennial biogas crop development

New Energy Farms (NEF) is working to develop the first perennial biogas crops. Inside a project with the University of Guelph and with Seacliff Energy the potential of new perennial crops for biogas (Anaerobic digestion) to generate renewable electricity is being assessed. The University of Guelph at the Ridgetown campus combine research work on perennial […]

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Biofuels Digest

Biofuels Digest Biofuels Digest, the world’s most widely-read advanced bioeconomy daily has recently published the results of its poll to identify the top 40 Hottest Smaller Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy rankings. It was the first year for the Hot 40, which recognizes companies with less than 50 full-time employees and $20 million or less […]

read more

NEF Featured in OAFT Game Changers in Agriculture

New Energy Farms (NEF) featured in OAFT Game Changers in Agriculture Episode 49 of the Ontario Agri-Food Technologies (OAFT) video series Game Changers in Agriculture profiles CEEDS Going to Brazil. CEEDS technology is developed by New Energy Farms of Leamington, Ontario Canada. Click here to watch the full video at Biotalk.ca.

read more

Partnership with Syngenta

New Energy Farms announces its partnership with Syngenta to develop and commercialize CEEDS technology on Sugarcane in Brazil. New Energy Farms has been developing its unique CEEDSTM (Crop Expansion Encapsulation and Drilling System) technology since 2009 and have demonstrated it to be effective on a wide range of vegetatively propagated crops. CEEDSTM technology has addressed […]

read more

New Energy Farms announces its partnership with Syngenta to develop and commercialize CEEDS technology on Sugarcane in Brazil.

New Energy Farms has been developing its unique CEEDSTM (Crop Expansion Encapsulation and Drilling System) technology since 2009 and have demonstrated it to be effective on a wide range of vegetatively propagated crops. CEEDSTM technology has addressed many of the key problems associated with the large scale planting of vegetative crops like sugar cane. The […]

read more

New Energy Farms Perennial biogas crop development

New Energy Farms (NEF) is working to develop the first perennial biogas crops. Inside a project with the University of Guelph and with Seacliff Energy the potential of new perennial crops for biogas (Anaerobic digestion) to generate renewable electricity is being assessed. The University of Guelph at the Ridgetown campus combine research work on perennial […]

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Biofuels Digest

Biofuels Digest Biofuels Digest, the world’s most widely-read advanced bioeconomy daily has recently published the results of its poll to identify the top 40 Hottest Smaller Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy rankings. It was the first year for the Hot 40, which recognizes companies with less than 50 full-time employees and $20 million or less […]

read more

NEF Featured in OAFT Game Changers in Agriculture

New Energy Farms (NEF) featured in OAFT Game Changers in Agriculture Episode 49 of the Ontario Agri-Food Technologies (OAFT) video series Game Changers in Agriculture profiles CEEDS Going to Brazil. CEEDS technology is developed by New Energy Farms of Leamington, Ontario Canada. Click here to watch the full video at Biotalk.ca.

read more

Partnership with Syngenta

New Energy Farms announces its partnership with Syngenta to develop and commercialize CEEDS technology on Sugarcane in Brazil. New Energy Farms has been developing its unique CEEDSTM (Crop Expansion Encapsulation and Drilling System) technology since 2009 and have demonstrated it to be effective on a wide range of vegetatively propagated crops. CEEDSTM technology has addressed […]

read more

New Energy Farms announces its partnership with Syngenta to develop and commercialize CEEDS technology on Sugarcane in Brazil.

New Energy Farms has been developing its unique CEEDSTM (Crop Expansion Encapsulation and Drilling System) technology since 2009 and have demonstrated it to be effective on a wide range of vegetatively propagated crops. CEEDSTM technology has addressed many of the key problems associated with the large scale planting of vegetative crops like sugar cane. The […]

read more

New Energy Farms Perennial biogas crop development

New Energy Farms (NEF) is working to develop the first perennial biogas crops. Inside a project with the University of Guelph and with Seacliff Energy the potential of new perennial crops for biogas (Anaerobic digestion) to generate renewable electricity is being assessed. The University of Guelph at the Ridgetown campus combine research work on perennial […]

read more