EAE – Exeter Agri-Energy

EAE worked closely with two partners to bring this anaerobic digestion system online:


A great day for our Maine family farm!
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Biogas Energy Partners, Exeter AgriEnergy & Stonyvale Farm

Adam Wintle, fourth from left, will tell you that it’s a team effort at Stonvale Far, EAE and BEP. Today he picked up some good press for the team, as Mainebiz magazine takes note of the entrepreneurial spirit in play on this project.

We just found out that Adam Wintle, managing partner at our sister company Biogas Energy Partners (BEP), has been named one of Maine’s 10 top entrepreneurs!

BEP is an expert in the complex world of proposing, financing & permitting anaerobic digestion systems. It’s a company well versed in what the future holds for this key renewable energy sector, and EAE could not have built the anaerobic digestion system at Stonyvale Farm without having had Adam and his team help us navigate those extremely difficult challenges.

This project has had a lot of fabulous press coverage already, but today Mainebiz magazine writes, “His success with the farm’s anaerobic energy system is just his latest undertaking in a career that includes several venture capital investments and real estate development deals — all part of a portfolio that capitalizes on Wintle’s ability to assess and drive investment toward prospects that hold promise for Maine’s economy.”

Congratulations to Adam, and to the entire EAE/Stonyvale/BEP team for all your continued hard work — it certainly is not going unnoticed!

Adam Wintle has been named by Mainebiz magazine to its "2012 Next List."

Mainebiz magazine has recognized the significance to the state’s economy that the anaerobic digestion system at Stonyvale Farm represents.

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