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CA approves financing for Sonoma Valley project


September 27, 2010
By North Bay Business Journal

September 27, 2010,
Sonoma, CA – The California Municipal Finance Authority approved $35 million in
low-interest bond financing for a planned multi-megawatt renewable-energy project
next to the Sonoma Valley wastewater treatment plant in the industrial area
south of Sonoma.

September 27, 2010,
Sonoma, CA – The California Municipal Finance Authority approved $35 million in
low-interest bond financing for a planned multi-megawatt renewable-energy project
next to the Sonoma Valley wastewater treatment plant in the industrial area
south of Sonoma.

Called Farms to Fuel, the
plant would take in mainly chicken manure as well as some dairy and winery
crush pad organic waste and produce methane, used to produce electricity and
natural gas, as well as odorless, sterile fertilizer, according to John Naab, a
Sonoma resident, former Napa Valley commercial real estate developer and
director of Western U.S. operations for Kansas City, Mo.-based BioStar Systems.

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