Skip to comments.Sizing-Up Anaerobic Digestion
Posted on 06/17/2008 7:24:40 PM PDT by Kevin J waldroup
Sizing-Up Anaerobic Digestion
When Richard Kessel became the chief executive officer for the Tarrytown, N.Y.-based Environmental Power Corp. in July 2006, he was armed with more than 30 years experience in the energy field and the wherewithal to mold companies into formidable players in the renewable energy industry.
EPC, and its single subsidiary Microgy Inc., is rapidly expanding its renewable energy portfolio by developing, owning and operating large-scale anaerobic digestion facilities that produce methane-rich biogas from agricultural livestock and organic wastes. EPCs ability to design anaerobic digestion systems and to provide ongoing operational maintenance on a large scale sets it apart from the small-scale, farmer-owned anaerobic digestion model, according to Kessel. What really makes us unique is the size of our projects, he says. Were really looking to sellin the wholesale marketa natural gas product and thats what really differentiates us.
Acquired by EPC in 2001, Microgy holds the exclusive North American license for a proprietary Danish anaerobic digestion technology that has been proven to generate significantly more biogas than other digestion methods. Microgy designs thermophylic anaerobic digestion facilities that produce EPCs trademarked Renewable Natural Gas or methane.
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He did nothing of value during his years of mismanaging LILCO.
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