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Ethanol Facility Powered by Renewable Energy from Dairy Waste

Ethanol Facility Powered by Renewable Energy from Dairy Waste

Bion Environmental Technologies and Fair Oaks Dairy Farms, the largest dairy east of the Mississippi and an industry leader in solutions to dairy environmental issues, announced a joint venture in which Bion's patented animal waste technology enables the synergistic integration of ethanol production with animal agriculture. The result of this integration of ethanol with animal agriculture is economic and environmental sustainability.
Power to be Generated from Animal Waste

Power to be Generated from Animal Waste

At a one-day workshop on methane recovery systems last month, the Methane Recovery Work Group solicited support for a proposed demonstration project to turn manure gases into fuel for generating heat or electricity. The industry steering committee suggested that converting animal-waste methane into energy would reduce odors and emissions at livestock operations.
Animal planet: Another avenue to renewable fuels

Animal planet: Another avenue to renewable fuels

Animal by-products such as fats and oils are usually a waste product with a related disposal issue, but they can be converted into a renewable fuel. Marty Weil reports on one US meat processing company's efforts to explore the commercial development of animal-based biodiesel.
The Appeal of Animal Waste

The Appeal of Animal Waste

The whole idea stinks. But generating heat and power from livestock manure is appealing. The compost is placed into an oxygen-free machine that separates the methane gas and then uses it to create electricity to power farms or transport over the grid.
Animal Wastes to Generate Power

Animal Wastes to Generate Power

Environmental Power Corporation announced that it has executed a 15-year contract with Wisconsin Public Service Corporation to supply electricity from up to 15 MW of generating capacity expected to be produced from multiple installations, which will use primarily animal wastes to produce biogas and electricity.
Maryland Opens 2017 Animal Waste-to-energy Grant Program

Maryland Opens 2017 Animal Waste-to-energy Grant Program

The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) has opened 2017 program to provide grants to selected recipients to install animal waste-to-energy projects.
Duke Gives Queue Priority to Four Projects Using Animal Waste

Duke Gives Queue Priority to Four Projects Using Animal Waste

The North Carolina Pork Council, the North Carolina Poultry Federation, the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, the Public Staff of the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC), Duke Energy Carolinas LLC and Duke Energy Progress LLC told the NCUC in a June 27 filing that a break is needed in the interconnection queue process for power projects using animal waste as fuel.
New ‘FatBox’ Device Produces Biodiesel from Solid Animal Fats

New ‘FatBox’ Device Produces Biodiesel from Solid Animal Fats

Fat may no longer be a negative thing, at least when it comes to producing biodiesel. FatBox, a device developed by Pacific Natural Energy (PNE) may make fat a valuable resource. It has the ability to transform fat into fuel.
Environmental Power to Assist Wisconsin Farmers

Environmental Power to Assist Wisconsin Farmers

Environmental Power Corporation, a provider of environmental solutions and Renewable Energy, announced that it has signed letters of intent with six farms in the Green Bay area of Wisconsin to build anaerobic digester systems on each site.
Creating Renewable Energy from Living Organisms

Creating Renewable Energy from Living Organisms

The death and fossilization of plants and animals gave us the dirty energy we rely on today; but it's living organisms that will give us the clean energy of the future.