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Appreciation in the Media  Although New Nile Co and the Red Sea Project have been under development since Q1 2009, the company sponsors did not publicly announce their activities in Egypt until March 2010.  Since then, and due to its innovative and unique approach to producing both biofuels and food, New Nile Co and the Red Sea Project have been featured in a number of regional and international publications including Alternative Energy Africa, Biofuels International and BuildGreen magazine.  Moreover, New Nile Co was voted amongst the 30 Most Transformative Technologies of 2010 by Biofuels Digest, the world’s most widely read biofuels daily.

Presidential Acknowledgement  And notably, President Mubarak acknowledged New Nile Co’s ongoing activities by directing the government “to apply the latest technologies in the development of agricultural projects utilizing seawater, in order to promote the constructive use of desert lands along the Red Sea coastline” (as reported in Al Ahram May 28, 2010).

Conferences & Workshops  New Nile Co and its Red Sea project have also been featured in a number of regional and international conferences and workshops including the United States Trade & Development Agency’s (USTDA) MENA Power 2010, the Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research’s International Workshop on Industrial Biotechnology and Euromoney Egypt 2010.

Unique in Class  At MENA Power 2010, New Nile Co was the only biofuels and only Egyptian private sector project featured at the conference—unique in class.  

First in Class  At Euromoney Egypt 2010, the conference organizers elected to feature for the first time in 16 years actual projects under development—New Nile Co’s Red Sea project was selected for this honor—first in class.