The Nicholas Institute has released a new report examining the biogas market potential in the U.S. Biogas can be produced through anaerobic digestion of organic feedstock such as manure or wastewater sludge, through thermal gasification of residual or dedicated lignocellulosic biomass feedstock, or by trapping of landfill gas. This report aims to answer the question of whether, and under what conditions, a substantial decentralized domestic biogas market could develop in the United States by 2040. View the full report here.
Southeast Agriculture & Forestry
Energy Resources Alliance
107 Cedar Ridge Drive
Canton, MS 39046
- Happy #BioenergyDay! Help spread the BioLove, learn something new about biomass energy and attend a local event! thndr.me/XivuxY --- 1 year ago
- I stand up for forestry and the use of biomass resources in "Generating Controversy" earthisland.org/journal/index.… via @earthislandjrnl --- 1 year ago
- RT @MichiganBiomass: There's more to biomass than just kilowatts. Its a big part of forestry and a big part of ag. goo.gl/RvBT2D --- 1 year ago