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NH Landfill Gas-to-Energy Funding Decision Near (Ind. Report)
Lebanon New Hampshire
Date: 2019-12-09
In New Hampshire, the West Lebanon City Council is expected to vote later this month whether to bond an additional $1.5 million needed to complete a $4.4 million landfill gas methane-to-energy project at the Lebanon landfill. If approved, the project could begin construction in May for completion by the end of 2020.

The city proposes to use micro-turbine generators to turn methane emitted from the landfill into electricity, most of which would be used to power municipal buildings with the balance sold back into Liberty Utilities' system.

The project is expected to generate roughly $130,000 in revenue annually, or about $5 million over its 20-year lifespan. (Source: City of West Lebanon, Valley News, 8 Dec., 2019) Contact: City of West Lebanon, Shaun Mulholland, City Manager, 603-448-4220, shaun.mulholland@lebanonnh.gov, www.lebanonnh.gov

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