NC county OKs incentives for 2 hog waste power plants

Fayetteville Observer
January 13, 2016
By Fayetteville Observer

January 13, 2015, Clinton, NC – Michigan-based NOVI Energy is moving forward with plans to build two anaerobic digester power plants in North Carolina after county commissioners approved incentives for the facilities.

The plants would be among NOVI Energy's first to use all swine waste to produce methane gas used to generate electricity by power engines. The company plans to contract with area hog farms for their waste. READ MORE

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