Onion Supplier Gets Renewable Energy from Its Biomass Waste

Danbury, Connecticut [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The owners of Gills Onions are fourth generation farmers who, having streamlined the process of cleaning, cutting, packaging and selling fresh produce, now are installing two 250-kilowatt (kW) DFC units that are expected to be operational in mid-2007. The two Direct FuelCell 300 MA power plants from FuelCell Energy will use the renewable biogas created from onion peel waste products to generate electricity, while lowering waste disposal expenses and energy costs.
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