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Indiana Biomass Energy Working Group

Mission Statement 
The Indiana Biomass Energy Working Group is a consortium of stakeholders from the industry, state and federal government, trade organizations, universities and citizenry working together to create a climate in the state of Indiana that would foster the growth of a viable renewable energy industry, protect our environment, provide energy security and green jobs in our communities. This will be done through educational programming and networking among stakeholders.


MEETING POSTPONED

The Indiana Biomass Energy Working Group

Invites You to Learn About the

Homestead Dairy, LLC Anaerobic Digester

Educational Program with Digester Site Tours

SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THIS SESSION'S TITLE SPONSOR

Indiana Soybean Alliance, Livestock Strategic Program
Website

NIPSCO
Website


Jones Petrie Rafinski Engineering Firm
Website


Indiana Office of Energy Development
Website


Purdue Extension Marshall County

Website

Purdue Extension Renewable Energy Program
Website

Purdue Energy Center at Discovery Park
Website



Questions? Contact Chad Martin
Renewable Energy Extension Specialist at Purdue University
martin95@
purdue.edu
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Purdue University

Renewable Energy Extension Announces

MEETING POSTPONEMENT


IBEWG to postpone the April 23 meeting and tour of the Anaerobic Digester at Homestead Dairy, LLC located near Plymouth, IN

 

Plymouth Homestead Dairy This session of the Indiana Biomass Energy Working Group has been postponed to a later date due to a lightening strike which has caused technical challenges to the digester at Homestead Dairy. We look to reschedule for a possible date in June. We apologize for any inconvenience, and look forward to having you join us in the future. We appreciate the flexibility shown by the good folks at Homestead Dairy.

 

Renewable Energy logoPlease contact Chad Martin if you have any questions, or would like to recieve notices of the IBEWG and participate in programs. martin95@purdue.edu

 

 

About the Indiana Biomass Energy Working Group

The Indiana Biomass Energy Working Group is a consortium of stakeholders from the industry, state and federal government, trade organizations, universities and citizenry working together to create a climate in the state of Indiana that would foster the growth of a viable renewable energy industry, protect our environment, provide energy security and green jobs in our communities. This will be done through educational programming and networking among stakeholders.

Click Here to Visit the Working Group Website 

 

If you need a reasonable accomodation to participate in this program, prior to the meeting, contact Chad Martin at martin95@purdue.edu.

It is the policy of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service that all persons have equal opportunity and access to its educational programs, services, activities, and facilities without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, disability or status as a veteran. Purdue University is an Affirmative Action institution. This material may be available in alternative formats.

 

 

Bioenergy Research Tour, October 15, 2013

Bioenergy Grass Tour Booklet – October 15, 2013 (Download Here)


 

April 23, 2013

Session Topic: The Culver Duck Anaerobic Digester Session with Site Tour
Download the Agenda HERE.
An introduction to this project is available online HERE.

Photo Album

Presentations:

Dr. Jiqin Ni
Purdue University
Presentation Title:
"Anaerobic Digester Technology

Ken Jones
Jones Petrie Rafinski
Presentation Title:
"The Culver Duck Digester - Concept to Reality"

David Turner
Turner Tech, LLC
Presentation  Title:  
"Regulatory Considerations for Culver Duck"

Norma McDonald
Organic Waste Systems, Inc.
Presentation Title:
"Finding the Right Recipe or Successful Digester Operations"

Dee Cota
NIPSCO Utility
Presentation Title:
"The NIPSCO Feed-in Tariff"

Location:
Das Essenhaus Dutchman Restaurant Upstairs
240 U.S. 20
Middlebury, IN 46540
(800) 455-9471


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