EAE – Exeter Agri-Energy

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


   

“We’re Cooking With Gas.”

Welcome to the EAE blog. Our anaerobic digestion system is up and running smoothly, and our blog is where sustainable family farming, business collaborations, responsible environmental stewardship, and renewable energy are the broad topics of discussion. Please feel free to subscribe to our feed and to engage us in an online, 2-way discussion. Content contributions and comments are always welcome --- ideas are good!

CLOSE-UP: Farmers to see different kind of green thumb

Nobody knows more about growing good things than a farmer. That’s why Exeter Agri-Energy is so pleased to be a leader in one of this country’s newest growth industries, anaerobic digestion, and…to be hosting an Open House this Friday, along with Stonyvale Farm and…

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Intangible & crucial benefit of anaerobic digestion

In this video you can see that Travis Fogler, CFO and Dairy Operations Manager at Stonyvale Farm, touched on a pretty important subject earlier this summer. Technically, things at Stonyvale Farm are great, with the production of power and heat humming along nicely. But…

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Renewable energy succes in Maine, implications elsewhere

As EAE moves toward one full year in operation, energy production results continue to be outstanding. Combining cow manure and food waste to generate renewable energy really does work, and works well. This blog will continue to provide current information on the project here…

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“The Green Outdoors” investigates anaerobic digestion

On July 16, 2012, reporter Bill Green toured the anaerobic digestion system here at the farm. Click here for the video, and his written report is below. Green Outdoors: Farm uses cow manure to generate electricity EXETER, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — A Maine dairy…

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Maine 100% behind agricultural power

We were thrilled to be joined at this project’s unveiling last week by Maine’s Commissioner of Agriculture Walter Whitcomb, George Gervais, Maine’s Commissioner of Economic and Community Development, and Patricia Aho, Commissioner of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection. Commissioner Aho was kind enough…

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INSTANT REPLAY: Renewable energy, Maine farming tradition

Not everyone could travel to Exeter, Maine last Thursday for the unveiling of the anaerobic digestion system at Stonyvale Farm. However, we were thinking ahead! (We like to do that here at the farm.) We hired a photographer to take some photos of the…

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Maine will soon learn about anaerobic digestion

(Exeter, Maine, USA) Hi, my name is Sarah Wintle, and I am the Communications and Operations Manager here at Exeter-AgriEnergy (EAE). I’m writing this entry on June 4, 2012, an extremely rainy Monday. By the time most of you read this, the sun will…

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