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BHS Energy, LLC
Wyoming, PA

Office:  (570) 696-3754

E-mail: info@bhsenergy.com

BHS Energy is a family owned and operated manufacturing company in Pennsylvania with the purpose of creating energy producing equipment. Currently we produce the "Slugger", a biomass briquette extrusion press designed for pressing grass, wood, and other biomass materials into a compressed combustible fuel. The patent pending Slugger biomass briquette presses have the lowest cost per pound of throughput of any briquetter on the market. It is designed to be a reliable and easy to use method of producing combustible fuel from various biomass feedstocks. The Slugger is powered by a farm tractor's PTO (or optional 3-phase electric) and is appropriate for a small energy producer who wishes to produce fuel for themselves or for sale. Currently BHS Energy sells systems directly in the United States and Canada. Please contact us with any questions you may have and thank you for your interest.

Last updated 2009-04-14

Brubaker Consulting Group, Inc.
4340 Oregon Pike
Ephrata, PA 17522

FAX:  (717) 859-3416

Office:  (717) 859-3276

E-mail: mikeb@brubakerag.com

Brubaker Agronomic Consulting consults U.S. farmers in many areas within agriculture and has three clients with biogas systems: two dairy farms and a swine farm.

Last updated 2008-08-20

Fraunhofer Center for Energy and Environment
5940 Baum Square, Suite 7
Pittsburgh, PA 15261

FAX:  (412) 624-8860

Office:  (412) 624-8609

E-mail: jckim@engr.pitt.edu

Fraunhofer Center for Energy and Environment was established in 2001 as a non-profit organization. The goal of the Center is to introduce technoloiges and processes developed and demonstrated by Fraunhofer in Germany into the U.S., providing solutions to solve regional and national problems in energy and the environment. The Center cooperates with the School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. All Fraunhofer projects will be affiliated with a variety of local, state and federal agencies and private sectors. On-farm biogas generation using manure or other biomass is one of the technoloiges developed and successfully demonstrated by Fraunhofer. The technology's use has been extended to various applications, including sewage sludge treatment, industrial wastewater with high organic contents, co-digestion, and biowaste digestion.

Last updated 2010-06-10

Integrity Ag Systems
4755 Innovation Way
Chambersburg, PA 17201-4100

Office:  (717) 261-5711

Cell:  (717) 729-2749

FAX:  (717) 263-7399

E-mail: trensch@integrityagsystems.com

E-mail: jmurray@integrityagsystems.com

Since 1994, the experienced staff at INTEGRITY Ag Systems has worked with livestock and dairy producers to solve manure related problems and increase profitability while reducing environmental impacts. Integrity Ag Systems is dedicated to the environmental and financial sustainability of modern agriculture through nutrient management, energy production and safe, effective animal heath products. INTEGRITY Ag Systems is a total system provider offering consultation, design, engineering, equipment, service, maintenance and financing assistance.

Last updated 2009-03-03

National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)-PA
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National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)-PA

79 Hillside Road
Shavertown, PA 18708

toll-free:  (800) 346-9140

NCAT offers publications, funding resources, and technical assistance on a variety of farm energy topics. We can help explain how to make farm buildings more energy efficient, use the sun's energy to heat greenhouses and pump water, choose and put up wind turbines, make and use biofuels, and much more.

Last updated 2010-06-16

NorthEast Biogas, LLC - PA

Office:  (518) 439-8757

E-mail: info@northeastbiogas.com

NorthEast Biogas is a developer of biogas projects which help the agricultural and industrial sectors to generate new revenue streams from the professional management of organic waste streams. NorthEast Biogas provides proven, state of the art, modular, biogas technology systems from leading European manufacturers, and a full array of support services including project management, turnkey solutions and ongoing operation and maintenance services.

Last updated 2008-08-20

Orgo Systems, Inc.
16 White Block
Selingsgrove, PA 17870

FAX:  (570) 374-0487

Office:  (570) 374-4402

E-mail: mayyar@orgosystems.com

Orgo Systems' farm project is a 1,100 farrow-to-finish hog operation with 4,000-hog total capacity. The 24 kW engine currently supplies the barn and the project will soon be upgrading to 100 kW engine. Orgo Systems designed an operational prototype that produces electricity, reduces odors, and separates solids for better handling of waste. Orgo Systems is working on plans for a second generation digester system at a 300-cow dairy that will digest, separate, composte, and aerate for total nutrient management.

Last updated 2010-06-10

The AgSTAR Program

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

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