The DDRDP provides financial assistance for the installation of dairy digesters for the production of renewable natural gas (RNG) for transportation fuel in California.
In December 2020, Aemetis will begin construction of its biogas upgrading facility that will allow the company to inject RNG into PG&E's natural gas pipeline by the end of the first quarter of 2021. The company expects to offer truck fleet RNG fueling fueling at the Aemetis Advanced Fuels Keyes ethanol biorefinery in Q2, 2021. (Source: Aemetis Inc., Website, PR Nov., 2020)Contact:
California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Dairy Digester Research and Development Program, (916) 654-1393, www.cdfa.ca.gov/oefi/ddrdp; Aemetis, Eric McAfee, CEO , Todd Waltz, (408) 213-0940, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.aemetis.com
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The company plans to construct two anerobic digestors (AD) along with accompanying tanks, gas cleaning vessels and an ESB substation.
An environmental impact statement has also been prepared and submitted. (Source: Bio Agrigas Limited, Milands News,23 April, 2020) Contact: Bio Agrigas Limited, +353 53 9160600, F +353 53 9160699
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The biodigester facility includes 3 tanks with a total capacity of 1.4 million gallons. Two tanks will be used for municipal biosolids and the other tank is an anaerobic membrane bioreactor to quickly reduce food waste and other organic waste to energy and increase energy efficiency. The project is part of the city's effort to use 100 pct renewable energy to power city buildings by 2025.
(Source: City of Grand Rapids, WasteWater Management, Jan., 2019)Contact: City of Grand Rapids, Mike Lunn, Utilities Director, 616-456-3166, www.grandrapidsmi.gov
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