Hog, poultry biogas deal in NC

 Waste Management World
March 23, 2016
By Waste Management World

March 23, 2016, Charlotte, NC – Charlotte, NC, based utility firm, Duke Energy, is to acquire methane gas from the digestion of swine and poultry waste output at a planned facility in eastern North Carolina to generate renewable electricity at four power stations.

The planned farm waste anaerobic digestion facility is to be built by Boulder, Colorado, headquartered renewable energy project development firm, Carbon Cycle Energy. The location has not been announced, but is expected to be in eastern North Carolina. READ MORE

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