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.
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.