ENWISE is incredibly honored to be a part of the PepsiCo Greenhouse Accelerator APAC, as one of the top 10 finalists selected in this program.
The Greenhouse Accelerator APAC Sustainability Edition is designed to help startups in APAC region markets develop and bring their ideas to market.
PepsiCo Greenhouse Accelerator's mission is to help build a more sustainable future by supporting startups that are working to reduce the environmental impact of packaging and mitigate the impacts of climate change. These areas are critical to the health of our planet and that innovative solutions from startups have the potential to make a real difference in the region.
PepsiCo currently runs an Enwise Green Power Station in the Wuhan Lays factory. This green power station process every day 30 tons of sludge and potatoes peeling and turn them into 4000 kWh of green electricity and an high quality fertilizer.
The PepsiCo Greenhouse Accelerator APAC gives Enwise a unique opportunity to scale up our contribution to the PepsiCo Positive objectives. Together with PepsiCo we work to define the future of a positive food value chain. The program helps us accelerate, which leads to FASTER; collaborate, which leads to STRONGER; and innovate, which leads to BETTER. That explains perfectly the spirit of PepsiCo group.
A big thanks to PepsiCo APAC CEO Wern-Yuen Tan and PepsiCo APAC CSO Ashley Brown who helped Enwise to understand the true scale of PepsiCo Positive objectives. We do need bold commitments to make a long term positive impact on our society.
Enwise looks forward to work with Greenhouse accelerators mentors, and happy to meet again the team that made our first unit at PepsiCo happen. We are very impressed by the quality and the complementarity of the other startups of the program. Each of them address a facet of the problem we have to solve together.
- Richard S. from Adiona
- Megan Danczyk, PhD from Aspiring Materials
- Jonathan SOURINTHA - HRK Group - PVA PRO - GPS (iBAG) from HRK Group
- Stanislav Borisov from MEDS Venture
- Sissi CHAO from REMAKEHUB
- Kehan Wang from Powered Carbon
- Jack Charewicz from TURN - REUSE
- Prem Pruktayanon from Green2Get
- Jonathan Tostevin from Muuse