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Biofuels

Boyd County Extension Office - University Of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
2024 Center Street
Catlettsburg, KY 41129
   

Office:  (606) 739-5184

E-mail: Lyndall.Harned@uky.edu

Extension Energy Educator I am a county extension agent gaining experience and knowledge in growing and using switchgrass as a biofuel soruce, specifically to be used in co-burning with coal for electricity generation. Also working with local farmers to use solar power to operate some on-farm equipment, such as waterers for cattle.

Last updated 2010-04-20


Dept. of Energy - Alternative Fueling Station Locator
Nationwide
 

Web site: The Station Locator can search our database of fueling stations for the entire country to find alternative fuel stations that offer compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG or propane), 85% ethanol (E85), electric, biodiesel, hydrogen, and liquefied natural gas (LNG). The results are displayed in a map with details for each station.

Last updated 2010-07-09


MapQuest
Nationwide
 

Web site: Allows you to search for gasoline, diesel and alternative fuel retail locations across the country.

Last updated 2010-06-29


E85 Refueling Locations
Nationwide
 

National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition

Last updated 2009-03-25


Digesters/Biopower

The AgSTAR Program
Nationwide
 

Office:  (202) 343-9406

The AgSTAR Program is a voluntary effort jointly sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Department of Energy. The program encourages the use of methane recovery (biogas) technologies at the confined animal feeding operations that manage manure as liquids or slurries. These technologies reduce methane emissions while achieving other environmental benefits.

Last updated 2009-08-17


Energy Efficiency

Earthwell Energy Managment
1831 Plantside Drive
Louisville, KY 40299
   

FAX:  (502) 587-8272

Office:  (502) 587-8447

E-mail: melanie.hawkins@earthwell.cc

Earthwell Energy Management is dedicated in teaming with public and private institutions to better manage their energy and water resources. This isn't a sideline for us it's what we do all the time. Our professional team knows energy management and energy conservation go hand in hand. Count on us for all facets of Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) including: * electrical services * lighting retrofit/replacement * lighting maintenance * HVAC advancements * solar water heating * solar electric power * energy related equipment upgrades * utility rate structure analysis * building automation control systems * installation of standby generators * energy efficient motors * water conservation

Last updated 2010-03-02


SunWind Power Systems, Inc -Louisville
PO 4066
Louisville, KY 40204
       

Office:  (502) 876-5174

E-mail: info@sunwindpowerinc.com

SunWind Power Systems is the premier supplier of Renewable Energy solutions in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and beyond since 2005. We design and install customized SOLAR and WIND systems. NABCEP and MWBE certified, and have a proven track record of on/off grid, solar-wind hybrid, and remote power installations. In addition to installation, SunWind Power provides a wide range of energy consulting, such as design-only services, specification and project bid development, energy efficiency and conservation, and equipment only purchases. 25+ years of engineering experience in large-scale industrial settings, formal business training, and financial management experience. Product Types: Solar photovoltaic, Solar domestic hot water, Solar pool heating, and Wind turbines. Renewable technologies such as tubular skylights and solar attic fans. Backup power systems, remote power systems, and packaged solar power. Engeineering design, consulting, and energy management services. Clients: Residential, Commercial, Energy service companies (ESCos), and Government.

Last updated 2010-07-06


Funding

Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE)
Nationwide
 

DSIRE is a comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility, and federal incentives that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency. DSIRE is an ongoing project of the North Carolina Solar Center and the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Last updated 2009-03-27


Scott Maas, Kentucky State Energy Coordinator, Rural Energy for America Program (REAP
771 Corporate Drive, Suite 200
Lexington, KY 40503
 

Office:  (859) 224-7435

E-mail: scott.maas@ky.usda.gov

REAP offers grants and loan guarantees to farmers, ranchers and rural small businesses, to help them purchase renewable energy systems or make energy efficiency improvements. USDA Rural Development administers the REAP program, and potential applicants are encouraged to contact the Kentucky State Energy Coordinator. REAP is a continuation of the program formerly known (prior to 2008) as "Section 9006" or the "Renewable Energy Systems and Energy Efficiency Improvements Grant Program."

Last updated 2009-04-03


Solar Energy Solutions - Lexington
832 Nandino Blvd. Suite K
Lexington, KY 40511
     

Office:  (859) 312-7456

toll-free:  (877) 312-7456

E-mail: info@solar-energy-solutions.com

Established in 2006, Solar Energy Solutions LLC is a NWBOC Certified Woman-Owned business that is dedicated to bringing renewable energy to Kentucky, Ohio and surrounding states. Fully licensed and insured, we hold as many solar certifications as anyone in the Midwest. Our charter calls for a focus on helping the environment, establishing energy independence, and educating the public on how to take part in making a healthier, secure future. Likewise, the company emphasizes economic feasibility along with environmental impact. We actively work to help take a significant, yet sensible, stand against climate change and dependence on foreign oil. We also practice what we preach; Solar Energy Solutions is a carbon neutral company.

Last updated 2010-03-02


Solar Energy Solutions - Louisville
4520 Biles Court
Louisville, KY 40241
     

Office:  (502) 429-8032

E-mail: info@solar-energy-solutions.com

Established in 2006, Solar Energy Solutions LLC is a NWBOC Certified Woman-Owned business that is dedicated to bringing renewable energy to Kentucky, Ohio and surrounding states. Fully licensed and insured, we hold as many solar certifications as anyone in the Midwest. Our charter calls for a focus on helping the environment, establishing energy independence, and educating the public on how to take part in making a healthier, secure future. Likewise, the company emphasizes economic feasibility along with environmental impact. We actively work to help take a significant, yet sensible, stand against climate change and dependence on foreign oil. We also practice what we preach; Solar Energy Solutions is a carbon neutral company.

Last updated 2010-03-02


The Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP)
Nationwide
   

E-mail: tiap@aceee.org

The Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP), sponsored by a coalition of public interest nonprofit groups, government agencies, and other organizations in the energy efficiency field, is designed to give consumers and businesses information they need to make use of the federal income tax incentives for energy-efficient products and technologies passed by Congress as part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and subsequent legislation.

Last updated 2009-08-25


General Information

Boyd County Extension Office - University Of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
2024 Center Street
Catlettsburg, KY 41129
   

Office:  (606) 739-5184

E-mail: Lyndall.Harned@uky.edu

Extension Energy Educator I am a county extension agent gaining experience and knowledge in growing and using switchgrass as a biofuel soruce, specifically to be used in co-burning with coal for electricity generation. Also working with local farmers to use solar power to operate some on-farm equipment, such as waterers for cattle.

Last updated 2010-04-20


National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)
Alternative URL:
National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)

Nationwide
 

toll-free:  (800) 346-9140

Spanish:  (800) 411-3222

E-mail: information@ncat.org

Since 1976, the non-profit National Center for Appropriate Technology has been promoting technologies and approaches that enable people to protect natural resources and live better lives. NCAT staff members,including farmers, energy engineers, economists, and architects, have hands-on experience with the full range of energy technologies and agricultural processes. We have designed and managed many energy efficiency programs for agencies, utilities, and private clients. Our National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service (ATTRA) assists agricultural producers with a wide range of information needs, including those who would like to conserve energy and explore energy alternatives.

Last updated 2009-08-17


The National Agricultural Law Center - Reading Room
University of Arkansas School of Law
Nationwide
 

Office:  (479) 575-7640

E-mail: NatAgLaw@uark.edu

The room contains information specific to agriculture and energy, including an overview article, major statutes and regulations, case law, Center publications, materials from many government agencies and additional resources that will prove beneficial to attorneys, researchers, farmers and others involved in the renewable energy field.

Last updated 2009-03-24

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