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Pig power from Cyprus coming to NC


October 25, 2010
By Renewable Energy Magazine

October 15, 2010 – Hoffland Environmental Inc, which has been
generating electricity using pig manure on the Mediterranean island of
Cyprus, has announced it will begin using the same process to supply
electricity to the electric utility, Duke Energy, in North Carolina
(US).

October 15, 2010 – Hoffland Environmental Inc, which has been generating electricity using pig manure on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, has announced it will begin using the same process to supply electricity to the electric utility, Duke Energy, in North Carolina (US).

Hoffland Environmental Inc employs a process called Bio’Lec (which is a combination of the words biofuel and electricity), which uses anaerobic digestion of pig manure to produce a medium Btu biogas.

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