BEP's managing partner, Adam Wintle has a penetrating perspective on the very complex world of proposing, financing and permitting anaerobic digestion systems, as well as what the future holds for this key renewable energy sector. If you are interested in effective and profitable anaerobic digestion, youíll find this blog to be a must read.
As newcomers to the solid waste conversation both in Maine and more broadly, we’ve had a lot to learn about the organics landscape. The folks at the Maine Department of Environmental Protection have been exceedingly helpful throughout our initiation into the solid waste ‘club’.…Read More
A report recently released by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) suggests that if food waste were a country, it would be the 3rd largest producer of greenhouse gases behind China and the US. That statistic is staggering, plain and simple. In the above…Read More
Sorry for the radio silence, folks – we’ve been busy working on a variety of projects including spending some time with the Maine legislature! A new article in the Bangor Daily News caught our eye, though, and it was clear we needed to jump…Read More
Biogas Energy Partners may have to hire these three guys as policy consultants. The Des Moines Register had this nice story last week about three young men who are concerned about the methane gas produced by food waste needlessly taking up space in landfills.…Read More
On Monday, CTMirror published an interesting article about how difficult it is for farmers in Connecticut to bring anaerobic digestion systems online. The story by reporter Jan Ellen Spiegel details how one farmer, Paul Miller, has been trying to build an energy-producing digestion facility…Read More
Food waste needlessly takes up a lot of space in New England’s landfills, and as Biogas Energy Partners has predicted, legislation in many states across the nation is probably on the way as a result of growing awareness. The problem is twofold. First, a…Read More
Continuing your science education is a positive. The anaerobic digestion facility that Biogas Energy Partners (BEP) helped bring online at Stonyvale Farm in Exeter, Maine, has received a lot of media attention. On Sunday, the Maine Today newspapers published a very lengthy article about…Read More