An anaerobic digestion plant uses cow waste and organic matter to drive a power plant near the village of Ardstraw in Northern Ireland.
A new law in California extends net metering to all renewable energy resources, including biomass and biogas, allowing farmers to connect systems to the grid.
Eastern Illinois University, which used to burn 10,000 tons of coal annually to heat its buildings, turns to a biomass-fueled steam plant.
In Scotland, a whiskey maker will soon install a 3-megawatt biogas engine to generate electricity from waste heat produced in the distillation process.
A Duke University and Duke Energy pig-waste-to-power prototype takes advantage of the Google spotlight to spread word about the project.
Hickory Meadows Landfill, in eastern Wisconsin, recently flipped the switch on a new 4.8-megawatt landfill gas-to-energy project.
ZooShare is aiming to build a biogas plant in Ontario, using animal waste from the Toronto Zoo to power a 500-kilowatt, grid-connected generator.
NTT America has selected Bloom Energy Servers to power its newest data center. The servers will use biogas to power their fuel cell technology.
Raytheon is buying enough renewable energy generated from landfill methane to provide 20% of its North Texas power needs.
A recent report indicates that bio natural gas could help utilities supplement solar and wind power to attain renewable energy goals.
A new facility in San Diego will process biogas produced from sewage processing into methane that will be inserted into the region’s natural gas pipeline.