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Compost Powered Heat: A New And Proven Form of Renewable Energy

By   /  July 28, 2014  /  1 Comment

If you’ve got livestock, you’ve got manure and other compostables. Here’s another way to take advantage of this great resource.

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Imagine being able to heat water, buildings, and greenhouses using energy captured from compost with
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Gaelan is a 4th generation Vermonter from the Northeast Kingdom with roots in Vermont’s agricultural community. He has a background in newspaper reporting, internet business development/consulting, and various entrepreneurial sales and marketing roles. He has always been an avid student/promoter of clean energy and alternatives to our current energy infrastructure. He was the Vice President of Marketing for gro-Solar and now serves as Executive Director of CompostPower.org.

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  1. Sam says:

    Gaelan – thanks for a great update on this technology. I’m excited to learn more about how Agrilab’s smaller-scale technologies are performing. I’ve always believed this concept can be economically attractive, provided it is contained in an affordable and continuously operable system matched to suitable heat loads. Keep up the great work!

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