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New program expands sources of renewable energy JACKSON, Mich., July 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Consumers Energy is taking steps to diversify its energy supply and help the environment by selecting four Michigan farms to produce renewable energy with anaerobic digesters. “We are... Read more →



Milk has something for everyone, and the Dairy Council of California wants consumers to know it. In celebration of national Dairy Month, the council released an infographic detailing the secrets of milk and website full of information and recipes to help consumers learn more about the... Read more →



WMUK Local By: Brian Peterson Hamilton, MI December 11, 2011 WMUK   Scenic View Dairy bio-digester Scenic View Dairy electric generator Ever wonder where the electricity that powers your lights, appliances, and electrical devices comes from? You might be surprised that some of it may come from... Read more →



BioCycle November 2011, Vol. 52, No. 11, p. 39 Oakland, California’s wastewater treatment plant’s seven-year-old postconsumer food waste-to-energy program — the first in the United States — is ready to grow. Paul Hagey THE East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) in Oakland, California... Read more →



Nov. 1 — A bill in Congress would allow for a 30% energy tax credit for qualified waste-to-energy projects, but opponents say the tax break is unnecessary and should go to “cleaner” renewable projects. H.R. 66, filed in January, would give the tax credit for systems that use... Read more →



POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (CBS Tampa) — Believe in the power of poop. It’s an initiative being pushed by one South Florida energy company, which is now on the edge of being approved in Fort Lauderdale to help generate home electricity. Power Green Energy, a Pompano Beach start-up hoping to turn... Read more →



By Anna Austin | October 27, 2011 Read more →