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Green Energy Live targets U.S. livestock industry


November 18, 2009
By Marg Land

November 18, 2009, Grand
Rapids, MI – Green Energy Live Inc. is focusing on developing sustainable
biomass-to-energy conversion technology to help livestock farmers and ranchers
convert animal waste into renewable energy.



November 18, 2009, Grand
Rapids, MI – Green Energy Live Inc. is focusing on developing sustainable
biomass-to-energy conversion technology to help livestock farmers and ranchers
convert animal waste into renewable energy.

Green Energy Live is
leveraging proprietary gasification technology to help develop a
self-contained, small footprint, renewable energy gasification systems that can
be rapidly and economically deployed at waste sites. The company is interested
in new bio-waste conversion technologies that process the methane gas from the
manure of animals, including cows, pigs, turkeys and chickens.

 “We are working to enable America’s farmers and ranchers to
utilize the manure generated by their operations as a feedstock for clean,
renewable, domestic energy production,” said Karen Clark, president and CEO of
Green Energy Live. “We have chosen to focus on the $154 billion U.S. livestock
industry because we believe our technology will be able to help operators
generate clean energy for farm use as well as sale back to the grid, reduce
electricity and manure disposal costs, and protect the environment.”


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