Most everyone these days is looking for renewable solutions to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and insure zero waste solutions.
Throughout the United States, public power generators, governmental bodies, and energy cooperatives are being asked to supply their customers, communities and constituents with truly clean, sustainable and renewable natural gas.
That’s why the use of anaerobic digestion is an answer increasingly embraced by state and local regulators as a sustainable non-fossil fuel solution, producing a consistent and genuine source of renewable natural gas while simultaneously lessening the burden on landfills, reducing the need for incineration, and lessening waste-related water and soil contamination.
Our Partnership Capabilities
Bioenergy Devco’s solutions-based approach to management of excess organics – coupled with 25+ years of experience and over 250 anaerobic digesters financed, designed, built and operated throughout the world – allows us to work together in solving your customer’s challenges by constructing tailored, utility scale renewable natural gas services.
At BDC, we help extend your customer reach by being able to:
- Establish a local supply of affordable renewable natural gas for your business and residential customers
- Create clean, consistent, carbon-negative energy from sustainable sources that reduce greenhouse emissions
- Discover dual-peaker efficiency opportunities by delivering sustainable electricity in the summer and renewable natural gas in the winter
- Offer a strong economic development story centered around the environment, sustainability, and the ability to serve local interests
- Increase product offerings through targeted “front of meter” solutions to those clients with significant renewable gas requirements
- Support Combined Heat and Power (CHP) deployment
- Develop eco-friendly cogeneration possibilities for green business parks
Working with Bioenergy Devco will include any particular end client or community interest, specific issues around pipeline injection, natural gas cleaning and deployment, and energy storage in target markets – ensuring positive environmental impacts are maximized at the local level.
In 2019, the US Environmental Protection Agency estimated that anaerobic digesters operational in the United States are capable of supplying enough energy to power nearly 80,000 homes for a full year. Leveraging America’s residual organics and turning them into renewable energy could replace as much as 7 billion gallons of diesel used in transportation annually, generating up to 70,000 new jobs.