Dairy farm begins production of renewable natural gas

Clover Hill Dairy in Wisconsin recently began producing renewable natural gas from the biogas “produced from the farm’s existing digester,” Northwest Signal reports. Nacelle Solutions partnered with U.S. Gain, a renewable natural gas developer and distributor, on the project. Nacelle’s technologies “have been designed to upgrade the biogas to renewable natural gas” which is then transported to an offsite injection point “where U.S. Gain will dispense it into the transportation market,” according to the article. Joe Bonlender of Clover Hill Dairy said the farm now has “an additional income stream as well as environmental benefits such as less noise pollution, cleaner air and less odor.”

Environmental, Renewable Energy