The transition into adopting biogas in North America is already happening today, as one can see at the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh Biodigester I project. Unlike Germany, which enjoys a country-wide incentive structure set by the German government, North American countries have had to rely on visionaries who believe AD is a promising technology that is part of achieving energy independence. Some implemented projects have been supported by investors and have relied on a high organic waste tip fee to support the economic feasibility and cut down the return on investment.