Our History

2006

June – Eden admitted to official list of ASX. 

June – Eden wins major US Technology award.

September – Eden in US Energy Department Breakthrough – Historic Hydrogen Fuel Test

November – Hythane company LLC (now Eden Innovations LLC) in Colorado voted most promising clean technology start up.

2007

March – Hythane Marketing agreement with Gujurat State Petroleum.

April – Eden takes over Hyradix a leading US Hydrogen Technology company.

May – Eden enters agreement with Larsen & Toubro Engineering group in India – Manufacturing and marketing hydrogen and Hythane technology.

2008

January – Eden wins international tender to supply India’s first public hydrogen fuel station.

July – Indian committee approves Hythane as a blend of natural gas for use in motor vehicles.

October – Sale of Hyradix, Eden Cryogenics and CTS.

2009

March – Ashok Leyland launches new Indian Hythane Engine.

July – California Air Resources Board grants certification for Hythane Engine.

September – Eden Secures Maiden Indian sales of Optiblend System. First 3 Sales of Optiblend dual fuel system in Assam India.

2010

February – Eden signs agreement with Gail India Ltd and Mahangar Gas Ltd for commercial sized Hythane Demonstration project.

August – Pyrolysis Project acquisition from the University of Queensland completed. Eden now owns 100% of the intellectual property.

2011

January – Eden Production First – super strength carbon nanotubes.

March – Major benefits to concrete by adding carbon nanofibres.

April – First Sale of Eden’s carbon nanofibres for commercial application in batteries
Testing to commence on carbon nanofibres in rubber, plastic and concrete.

May – Eden sells carbon nanomaterials for use in electronic paper.

September – Eden to release next generation OptiBlend .

December – New technique of dispersing carbon nanotubes may revolutionise concrete.

December – Optiblend being validated for commercial use

December – Initial order for 12 Optiblend Dual fuel kits in US

2013

July – Eden & UQ awarded $255,000 ARC Grant for Carbon Nanotube research.

2014

June – Cummins chooses Optiblend to use for Drilling Rig Power.

August – Eden’s carbon nanotubes reach Australian Technologies Competition finals.

October – Eden’s carbon concrete additive wins Australian Civil Contractors Federation’s Environment award.

2015

February – First US trial commences for EdenCrete.

February – First Australian tests of EdenCrete™ commence.

March – EdenCrete receives encouraging results, second trial with another US Concrete Manufacturer to commence and commercial scale production of Carbon nanotubes to commence.

July – EdenCrete – Further tests and field Trials at Georgia Department of Transport.

July – Eden and Monash University receive ARC research grant for $300,000.00 for carbon nanotubes in concrete.

August – Field trial for EdenCrete scheduled for 11 August at Georgia Department of Transport.

August – Eden secures first commercial order for EdenCrete for assessment for prefabricated concrete products in the US Market.

September – Eden India wins tender to supply 8 Optiblend dual fuel kits to Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.

November – EdenCrete receives approval from Georgia DOT and is now allowed for use.

November – I-20 Field trial results EdenCrete increased compressive strength of concrete by 45.8% and abrasive resistance by 56%.

2016

January – EdenCrete production scale up underway and marketing material being finalized in preparation for launch in Las Vegas.

February – Strong market interest in EdenCrete at World of Concrete Expo.

April – Eden secures US $24.76m to establish EdenCrete plant in Augusta, Georgia.

May – First commercial order for EdenCrete received for an infrastructure project in Atlanta, Georgia.

May – Marta Mobility Facility Project completed in Georgia.

May – Successfully a $10.3M capital raising to fund expansion in Colorado & Georgia.

June – Study shows encouraging results of CNT in plastics

June – Eden and Deakin University finalise agreement for ARC funded research project into EdenCrete.

August – Georgia DOT proposes to use EdenCrete in several state funded highway replacement projects these will be the first commercial contracts fro EdenCrete in US highway repair projects.

September – Successfully a $15M capital raising (mainly from Australian Institutions) that will preliminary design work and engineering for the proposed Georgia EdenCrete production facility.