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RFP Announcements & Website Update
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Greetings!

2017 is off to an exciting start for the expanded use of renewable natural gas in the state of Wisconsin.

As of January 3rd there are two RFP opportunities available.  Please find introductory text to these opportunities below and additional weblinks and details available on our References - Business Opportunities Page.

The Wisconsin Biogas Council website has been updated to include more informational resources and past newsletter history.  Please see the blog postings for individual update details.

As of the conclusion of December 2016 we had our second Advisor Committee meeting and identified a potential path forward which would benefit all companies/organizations active in the state.  Look for more details in a future communication.

If you have business opportunities, RFP postings, News, other details you would like to share with the biogas community/supply chain please let us know! 

Dane County
Biogas Cleaning Equipment for Pipeline Injection

Dane County is inviting Proposals for fabrication, delivery, installation, and start-up of a biogas cleaning system at the Dane County Landfill Site #2 for converting landfill gas into high BTU biomethane.  Only firms with capabilities, experience & expertise with similar projects should obtain this Request for Proposals document & submit Proposals.

Request for Proposals packet may be obtained after 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 by downloading it from countyofdane.com/pwbids

Please call John Welch, Project Manager, at 608/516-4154, or our office at 608/266-4018, for any questions or additional information

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection

Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

 

Integrated Anaerobic Digester System Program


The State of Wisconsin is exploring innovation in manure management that includes approaches to add efficiency to solids and liquids handling, decrease agricultural wastewater volumes, reduce hauling costs, improve the agricultural benefits of the materials that are land applied, address pathogens, and maximize the renewable energy benefits of anaerobic digesters. A successful proposal will involve the creation of a consortium of parties using contractual means to build, operate and maintain a system that includes renewable energy production, water treatment, pathogen reductions, and transport of manure to and from a centralized location, among other innovations suggested by applicants.

Click here to view the Public Service Commission RFP Page.
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