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Anaergia Inc. is a global leader in offering sustainable solutions for the generation of renewable energy and the conversion of waste to resources. Through a proven portfolio of proprietary technological solutions, Anaergia maximizes the generation of renewable energy, diversion of waste from landfill and reduction of greenhouse gases for customers across the municipal, industrial, commercial and agricultural sectors. Through its subsidiaries, including Anaergia Services and UTS Biogastechnick GmbH, Anaergia is trusted at more than 1,600 operational renewable energy projects globally.
Anaergia Delivers Renewable Energy Facility to Support Sustainable Food Production in the United Kingdom
Date Posted: 2013-12-11
Anaergia Inc., announced today that UTS Biogas Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Anaergia based in the United Kingdom, has delivered a large-scale anaerobic digestion facility to Shropshire Energy, part of the G’s Group.
Anaergia to Generate Renewable Energy for the Bridgeport Wastewater Treatment Plant
Date Posted: 2013-12-03
The anaerobic digestion facility will generate over 10 million kWh of renewable electricity per year – enough to power more than 1,000 homes.
Anaergia Announces C$47.5 Million Growth Equity Commitment
Date Posted: 2013-10-07
Anaergia receives private funding to develop/provide solutions that assist waste producers by converting organic waste streams into valuable resources.
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Anaergia Delivers Renewable Energy Facility to Support Sustainable Food Production in the United Kingdom Date Posted: 2013-12-11
"This project provides MSU the ability to demonstrate how anaerobic digestion can address the critical issues of society including food, environment an..." Ajit Srivastava, Chairperson of the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering at Michigan State University