2014 | RENEW Wisconsin Honors “Class of 2013” Renewable Projects
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Symbiont was recognized during the RENEW Wisconsin’s Third Annual Energy Policy Summit titled “We Mean Business,” at the Pyle Center on the UW-Madison Campus on January 10, 2014. The event recognized the six largest nonutility-owned renewable generation projects built in Wisconsin in 2013.
The Class of 2013 renewable generation projects inducted into RENEW Wisconsin’s Million Watt Club included the Green Whey Energy Digester, Forest County Potawatomi Community (FCPC) Renewable Generation Digester, Galactic Wind Farm, Dane County Community Digester, Rosendale Dairy Digester, and the Jefferson Solar project. Symbiont was recognized for two out of the six clean energy projects and they include the Green Whey Energy Digester and the Forest County Potawatomi Community (FCPC) Renewable Generation Digester.
Below are descriptions of Symbiont’s newly inducted renewable energy projects:
Green Whey Energy Digester a 3.2 MW facility located in Turtle Lake, Wisconsin and interconnected to Xcel Energy. The facility utilizes anaerobic digestion to generate biogas derived from organic wastes produced at several food processing companies to create electrical power and heat.
Forest County Potawatomi Community (FCPC) Renewable Generation Digester, a 2 MW facility located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and interconnected to We Energies. The FCPC Biodigester facility processes high strength wastes to generate biogas which is used to produce electrical power and heat.