Three dairy farms near Enumclaw, Washington have come together to build a methane digester that will allow them to burn the biogas and produce electricity.
Harvest Power has announced they’ve raised $51.7 million in their round of Series B financing to continue turning organic waste into renewable energy.
A FlexEnergy Powerstation device will soon go to work converting gases from a landfill at Fort Benning, Georgia into clean, renewable energy.
The city of Escondido and Southern California Gas are one step closer to purifying methane gas from a water treatment facility for use as an energy source.
Under a 20 year power purchase agreement, Santa Clara and San Francisco will receive energy generated from the new Vasco Road Landfill biogas plant in Livermore.
Detroit Edison has signed a 3.2 MW power purchase agreement with Blue Water Renewables for energy from a commercial-scale septage injection landfill gas system.
Under the terms of a 20 year power purchase agreement, the Tennessee Valley Authority will add 4.8 megawatts of renewable juice via a landfill biogas facility.
In the Netherlands, a Ben and Jerry’s factory has installed a biodigester that takes milk, proteins, syrups and other ice-cream wastes and turns it into biogas.
The Metro Council in Portland, Oregon, has approved a Columbia Biogas facility for the city that will turn commercial/industrial food waste into electricity.
San Antonio is taking methane gas from its sewage treatment plant, treating it, and selling it commercially instead of burning it off with flares.
The SmartGen system from Hybrid Turbines, Inc., turns any turbine into a hybrid turbine via natural gas or biogas, boosting rated power output from 30% to 100%, 24/7.