Clenergen has entered into License and R&D agreements with an Australia-based biomass R&D and agronomy management company, for exclusive license to modify Paulownia tree species utilizing a tree adaptation process for exploitation within the power generation industry in India and Sri Lanka. Under the agreement, Clenergen will retain an exclusive license to a new species of Paulownia (Marjestica) for cultivation in the licensed territories, with a guarantee of minimum 28% increase in growth.
Clenergen has entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with a leading Indian-based Biotechnology laboratory and micro propagated tissue culture specialist, capable of supplying 200,000 micro propagated Beema Bamboo saplings per week. The laboratory guarantees sapling to be uniform, disease resistant, and asexual, therefore non-invasive and fire retardant. The Company is a technology partner to the ‘National Bamboo Mission, India’ for bamboo tissue culture plants and is certified by Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, India. It is further accredited by Australian plant Quarantine Inspection service (AQIS).
Clenergen has entered into a Techno-Commercial Agreement with a Government of India, Ministry of Science and Technology accredited recognized R&D Indian-based company, for the supply of cloned varieties of Melia dubia (an indigenous tree species) for trials and commercial energy crop plantations in India. The company will manufacture and supply the necessary fertilizers and pesticides to support the cultivation of Melia dubia clones.
Clenergen has entered into a Technical Agreement with the Madurai Kamaraj University, an elite research institution for bio energy and biomass feedstock, for research into increasing the growth potential of Beema Bamboo and Melia dubia through Polyploidisation, in view of creating a new and higher yielding variety.