What Are Renewable Fuels?
Renewable fuels are sourced from dairy and swine waste, food processing byproducts, and even agricultural crops. By utilizing these feedstocks, we can create carbon negative renewable natural gas, with byproducts that are beneficial to the farmers we partner with. This renewable natural gas can be used directly as fuel, or can be converted into electricity, hydrogen, or even biodiesel.
What Are Microgrids?
Microgrids provide energy independence through sustainable means. By installing renewable natural gas turbines and solar systems with batteries, a microgrid can reduce operating costs utilizing green energy, while providing protection and power in the event of a power grid failure. See our “Microgrid Overview” for more information.