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Full Title: Agricultural Biogas in the United States Author(s): Julia Bramley et all Publisher(s): Tufts University Publication Date: 3/2011 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): This project takes an in depth look at the development process for agriculturally- based...
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Full Title: Biogas For Road Vehicles Technology Brief Author(s): Frank Scholwin, Johan Grope, Angela Clinkscales, Francisco Boshell, Deger Saygin, Alessandra Salgado & Amr Seleem Publisher(s): International Renewable Energy Foundation Publication Date: 03/2017 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD...
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Full Title: Biogas: Rethinking the Midwest's Potential Author(s): Peter Taglia Publisher(s): Clean Wisconsin Publication Date: 6/2010  Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Policymakers and renewable energy advocates must carefully weigh the costs and benefits of all energy sources, and biogas...
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Full Title:  Climate Tech Book: Anaerobic Digesters Author(s): Center for Climate and Energy Solutions Publisher(s): Center for Climate and Energy Solutions Publication Date: 6/2011 Language: English Length: 10 pages, PDF Full Text: –>DOWNLOAD FILE<– Description (excerpt): Anaerobic...
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Full Title: Fact Sheet: Jobs in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (2014) Author(s): Yi Xu Publisher(s): Environmental and Energy Study Institute Publication Date: 12/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): This fact sheet focuses on employment in...
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Full Title: Growing Oregon’s Biogas Industry: A Review of Oregon’s Biogas Potential and Benefits Author(s): Peter Weisberg and Tad Roth Publisher(s): Peter Weisberg and Tad Roth Publication Date: 2/2011 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Biogas, a renewable substitute...
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Full Title: Identifying Barriers and Potential Solutions to Facilitate Anaerobic Digester Projects in Idaho: Roundtable Report Author(s): Energy Policy Institute (EPI) and Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) Publisher(s): Energy Policy Institute...
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Industry production systems underlying the Food, Energy, and Water (FEW) Nexus have traditionally treated pollution and waste as externalities that often end up in a landfill. Food waste is the...
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Full Title: Oregon Biogas Facility Permitting Guide Author(s): Univesity of Oregon Publisher(s): University of Oregon Publication Date: 6/2012 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): is  an  important  renewable  sector.  Biogas  is  a  growing  and  diverse  industrial  sector   of  the...
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Full Title: Spotlight on Biogas: Policies for Utilization and Deployment in the Midwest Author(s): Great Plains Institute Publisher(s): Great Plains Institute Publication Date: 8/2010 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Biogas is a renewable energy resource that holds tremendous potential to...
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Full Title: The State of Renewable Energies In Europe: 2013 Edition Author(s): N/A Publisher(s): EurObserv'ER Publication Date: 1/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- For fourteen years now, EurObserv’ER has been collecting data on European Union renewable energy sources...
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Full Title: US Biogas Industry Development: Indications for Biomethane Author(s): American Biogas Council Publisher(s): American Biogas Council Publication Date: 3/2012 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): This article overviews the different facets of the biogas industry.
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Full Title: US Federal Policy Affecting the Biogas Industry Author(s): Turning Earth Publisher(s): Turning Earth Publication Date: 10/2012 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): This article outlines the four phases of biogas policy in the United States.
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