Monthly Archives: February 2015fasd

Renewable Energy: Regenis, DVO partner on California AD plant

A project that seeks to convert waste generated at dairy farms into biogas in California’s Central Valley has been commissioned. The Calgren Ethanol Biodigester, located in Pixley, California, will bring together a two-stage mixed plug flow digester, designed by Wisconsin-based DVO Inc. and built by Regenis, Ferndale, Washington, the largest builder of digesters in the western United States. +Read more

Triple Pundit: Manure-to-Energy Plant Launches in San Joaquin Valley

Tulare County, California, recently surpassed nearby Fresno County as the top agriculture-producing county in terms of economic value within the U.S. It’s also the country’s top dairy producing county. The result has been more investment and economic growth in a rapidly booming area already home to 450,000 people. But there is also a downside to the local +Read more

Tulare County Collaboration Changing Cow Waste Into Clean Energy For Calgren

      Pixley—Sustainable energy production entered a new era in California today as a consortium of American companies joined together with state energy officials to launch the Calgren Ethanol Biodigester, which utilizes waste from dairy farms to power the production of tens of millions of gallons of ethanol, all consumed in the Central Valley. +Read more