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Energy Farmers Australia Pty Ltd

Energy Farmers Australia pioneers innovative waste solutions, addressing challenges the Australian agriculture industry face with waste management. Their fully automated pyrolysis system transforms organic and inorganic wastes into biochar. Traditionally used in soils, biochar is gaining global interest for its ability to store carbon for long periods in a very stable form and the industry is seeing significant demand pull from the road construction industry.

Beyond waste management, Energy Farmers aim to empower the agriculture sector to participate in emerging carbon markets, driving sustainable solutions and fostering environmental responsibility. While their primary focus in the agriculture sector Energy Farmers is actively exploring other industries where waste is problematic and expensive to dispose of.

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Energy Farmers: Turning Waste into Wealth with Sustainable Pyrolysis Solutions

Opportunity for

  • Investors and strategic partners who can bring business expertise and global market influence to propel our innovation forward.
  • Organisations dealing with complex waste streams or eager to up cycle organic waste for greater returns to partner.

  ^This opportunity is only for professional and sophisticated investors.  

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    Energy Farmers Australia Pty Ltd

  • Opportunity type

    Seeking investment, Licensing, Joint venture, Research partner, Field trial, Seeking partners

  • Readiness
    Mid (TRL 5-7)
    Proof of concept in the laboratory then in the field resulting in the development of a minimum viable product (MVP).

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