EnMass, a Green Biomass Start-Up founded in 2015, based in Durham, North Carolina announces they have been chosen as one of the top 100 early stage companies to present at the New Energy Global pre-EXPO-2017 event on October 27, 2016 in Astana, Kazakhstan.
Previously, the event expert panel chose 100 early-stage companies to come to the pre-Expo 2017, event. EnMass was chosen as one of those top 100 and will present to their expert panel and international investors at the main stage on October 27, 2016. From those initial 100 companies selected, the top 30 early-stage companies will get a chance to present at the larger, Astana EXPO-2017.
The larger Astana EXPO-2017 will run from June 10 – September 20, 2017, during which Kazakhstan will host delegations from over 100 countries, strengthening diplomatic relations, promoting discussions on international trade and commerce and hosting debates on key global topics.
The New Energy Global pre-EXPO-2017, is organized by JSC Informational and Analytical Center of Oil and Gas and supported by the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The primary purpose of this event is to attract innovative international companies, venture funds and accelerators in order to develop green economy, renewable and alternative energy sources. For more information on EnMass Energy and their projects visit enmassenergy.com.
EnMass Energy was founded in 2015 and is a start-up micro-utility focused on generating baseload electricity using agricultural waste products. The founding team and partners include: 501Carbon, a US NGO focused on climate change adaptation; Ali Akbar Group, the largest agricultural firm in Pakistan; UPM is a leading company in the international carbon markets and PES, a multidisciplinary planning, architectural and engineering consulting company. This team represent the full suite of skills necessary to plan, develop, construct, and operate large-scale renewable energy projects in geopolitically challenging countries.