A German bioenergy company’s reboot would make ethanol and renewable natural gas, though questions remain about its life-cycle climate and environmental impacts.
One participant, the University of Minnesota at Morris, already uses 100% renewable electricity, but is now looking for options to eliminate its natural gas heating systems.
The team hopes to make anaerobic digestion more efficient and profitable for farmers who convert manure to natural gas.
After a half-decade fight over pipeline easements, property owners look to recoup legal costs and property values.
The Sierra Club is seeking evidence that the university fully considered renewable alternatives before natural gas.