EAE – Exeter Agri-Energy

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


Posts Tagged ‘dairy farm’

One good turn deserves another

In December we told you about a cool new film that students at Emerson College in Boston are producing and promoting, called “Cow Power: The Film.” Today, we got a newsletter update from the students, only to discover that they are also inviting their…

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Better biogas technology keeps emerging

Check out this interesting story in Biomass Magazine about the first U.S. dry anaerobic digestion system, introduced in January in Monterey, California. One of the reasons we continue to publish blog posts about the anaerobic digestion system at Stonyvale Farm is that the more…

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COVER STORY: morphing manure to megawatts

Earlier this month we wrote a blog post singing the praises of the education that members of the Fogler and Wintle families have received in the University of Maine system, going back generations. At the time it seemed likely that the anaerobic digestion system…

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Cow power PRESS RELEASE: solid 1st year

First year of “farm AD” positions Maine as industry leader Major benefits: renewable energy, cleaner environment and healthier family farm MEDIA CONTACT: Sarah Wintle, swintle@exeteragrienergy.com, 207-347-0483 (Exeter, Maine) In late December, the anaerobic digestion (AD) facility at Stonyvale Farm in Exeter marked its first…

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Today’s PRESS RELEASE sent to reporters, legislators

December 14, 2012  MAINE COMPANY INVESTS, EXPECTS FOOD WASTE SURGE Farm-based green energy company helping state conserve landfill space MEDIA CONTACT: Sarah Wintle, swintle@exeteragrienergy.com, 207-347-0483 (Exeter, Maine) Exeter Agri-Energy (EAE) has invested $50,000 in a specialized industrial grinder to help its green energy facility…

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We’re giving this film two thumb up!

Earlier this month we told you about the intercollegiate Dairy Challenge, a national competition in which college students advance the study of successful and sustainable farming. We’re pleased to show you another endeavor by college students that takes a look at cow power. This…

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