Edeniq slims down to just 10 people as it seeks to wait out COVID-19

July 9, 2020 |

In California, the Visalia Sun Gazette newspaper reports that Edeniq has shut down its long-time headquarters and laboratory, moving to a much smaller facility with just 10 people on staff instead of 50. The COVID-19 pandemic has destroyed demand for the company’s products even though California requires low carbon intensity fuels. Its lab equipment has been sold off, so the shift isn’t a temporary one. Already in December, the company closed its Nebraska facility. The company assures it is still operating, however.

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