Raven Biofuels has established relationships with companies worldwide to bring our vision of producing cellulosic ethanol to reality. From technology providers, joint venture partners and financial institutions to world-renowned engineering firms we have the partners to successfully construct and operate cellulosic ethanol plants.
Eco-Energy, a Franklin, TN based business, operates on a foundation to ensure the efficient availability of affordable, renewable and environmentally friendly energy. The company began primarily as an alternative fuel trader and now provides full marketing and logistical support for renewable fuel producers like Raven. Eco currently has over 1 billion gallons per year under contract in North America.
Pure Energy Corporation is a privately held biofuels company based in New Jersey. Pure was established a decade ago and has developed a patented, proprietary technology that employs chemical processes to produce commercial quantities of chemicals and cellulosic ethanol from waste biomass feedstock. Raven has secured a long-term technology licensing arrangement from Pure and currently aims to deploy Pure’s technology within its planned refineries.
Price BIOstock Services, a division of Arkansas-headquartered The Price Companies, Inc. (“Price Companies”) offers over 40 years of operating history with 19 Bio-Mass (Wood Pulp Chip) state-of-the-art facilities that produce 14.6 million tons of pulp chips and 2.5 million tons of hog fuel annually. The BIOstock division offers an expanded set of services for managing biomass feedstock materials including consulting, procurement, systems design/engineering, and facilities management.
Larson Engineering is an internationally recognized, full-service engineering firm with clients and projects spanning the globe. The company has offices across the nation and provides engineering services on billions of dollars of construction each year including over 50 ethanol and biofuels facilities throughout the country. Their designs involve all types of construction methods and materials and their ability to offer solutions for sustainable development is the focus of what they do. As a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, they are especially proud of their work on biofuels, wind technology, and LEED-certified structures.