Clean energy created from captured methane at Edaleen Dairy is powering electric vehicles thanks to Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program. Learn more about how anaerobic digesters can be used to generate credit revenue for dairy farms.
This week’s issue of Dairy Business magazine includes our own Craig Frear on the cover for his article on how digested dairy waste will be an important component for advancing a clean, hydrogen transportation system.
KING 5 took their cameras out to Edaleen Dairy to share the story about how the anaerobic digester we built helped the dairy trap harmful methane emissions from cow waste, and turn it into clean-burning biogas for our local utility, Puget Sound Energy. Watch the entire story here.
Our Director of Research and Technology, Craig Frear, was a key instructor in the 2nd American Biogas Council (ABC) West Coast Operators Training Course. The three-day course was held in San Francisco, California from February 26-28, 2019. Twenty-two students were taught key principles behind anaerobic digestion systems, including anaerobic digestion theory, chemistry, and math with operator focused training on digester …
AgInfo.net reports on how Central Washington dairyman, Dan DeRuyter, is converting his Regenis-built dairy digester to take biomethane captured from decaying cow waste on his farm and turning it into clean, renewable natural gas (RNG) for transportation fuel. You can listen to Part I of the story here. Link to Part II of the story here.