The Power of Waste Workshop, co-hosted by Energy Vision and the Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition at Daniels Fund – 101 Monroe Street, Denver, CO, introduced renewable natural gas (RNG) as a new frontier for transportation. Colorado is poised to take the lead toward a cleaner, economical, and locally-sourced energy future.
Energy Vision’s Matt Tomich and Joanna Underwood toured the Heartland Biogas facility, a mere 40 minutes from downtown Denver. The project, developed by AgEnergy USA and operated by EDF Renewables and A1 Organics, sits on a 100-acre site and is the largest digester project of its kind in the world!
US communities, think you’re too small to turn your organic wastes into vehicle fuel? Check out St Landry Parish, Louisiana where they are doing it and making money!
Energy Vision’s Joanna Underwood describes the Renewable Natural Gas Strategy.
MOVE Systems – winner of an Energy Vision leadership award – engineers energy efficient hybrid mobile food vehicles that can run on CNG or RNG, batteries and solar panels, and radically reduce emissions from diesel fuelled carts.
American Organic Energy is building the first large scale anaerobic digester facility in the New York metro area to process food waste into RNG. It is among the first food waste to RNG pipeline injection projects in the US and attracted support from New York State.
Energy Vision President Joanna Underwood discusses renewable natural gas made from organic waste in reducing our greenhouse gas load.
While the full Energy Vision report, Organic Waste: A New Frontier in Recycling & Clean Fuels, will be released in August, excerpts will be available to attendees of a June 17th workshop in Springfield, VA.