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May 31, 2022

Ag-Grid Hires Industry Veteran Ken Verhelle to Manage Digester Food Waste Operations & Strategy 

Ag-Grid is excited to announce its most recent hire, Ken Verhelle. Ken is a veteran of the food waste and digester industry and has been charged with expanding Ag-Grid's food waste market as its new Director of Food Waste Strategy & Operations. Welcome to the team, Ken!
April 28, 2022

UGI Invests in Renewable Energy Producer Ag-Grid Energy

WYOMISSING, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr. 21, 2022-- UGI Corporation (NYSE: UGI) announced today that its subsidiary, UGI Energy Services, LLC, acquired a 33% equity interest in Ag-Grid Energy LLC (“Ag-Grid”), a renewable energy producer with projects in the United States. Ag-Grid currently develops and operates small scale renewable power projects that support local energy demands while lowering emissions.[...]
January 10, 2022

Dairies can solve food waste disposal needs

Last month, Connecticut-based Fort Hill Farms announced that it was nearing completion of its new biogas dairy digester. The project, the result of a partnership between Fort Hill, Live Oak Bank, the Connecticut Green Bank and Ag-Grid Energy, will allow Fort Hill to produce produce an estimated 550 kW (737.6 HP) of electricity annually. It will also reduce 25,000 tons of organic waste.[...]
January 6, 2022

Ag-Grid Energy breaks ground on fourth biogas to electricity project

In Connecticut, Ag-Grid Energy has broken ground on its fourth biogas to electricity project. Hytone Ag-Grid, in partnership with Hytone Farms, would be Ag-Grid’s fourth dairy digester in the northeast US and will begin construction in March 2022. It is expected to be operational in Fall 2022 and will produce around 4.5 million kWh of renewable electricity per year derived from manure and food waste.[...]
December 25, 2020

What’s unique about a new Connecticut digester

Last month, Connecticut-based Fort Hill Farms announced that it was nearing completion of its new biogas dairy digester. The project, the result of a partnership between Fort Hill, Live Oak Bank, the Connecticut Green Bank and Ag-Grid Energy, will allow Fort Hill to produce produce an estimated 550 kW (737.6 HP) of electricity annually. It will also reduce 25,000 tons of organic waste.[...]
November 24, 2020

Construction Nears Completion at Connecticut’s First Biogas Dairy Digester System

November 24, 2020

Connecticut farm preps for ground-breaking new digester system

Fort Hill Farms, a Connecticut-based, family-owned farm, is nearing completion of a new biogas dairy digester system. The system will recycle food waste and manure into renewable energy and soil projects. A new partnership between Fort Hill, Live Oak Bank, the Connecticut Green Bank and Ag-Grid Energy has allowed the project to go forward. [...]
November 19, 2020

Construction Nears Completion at Connecticut’s First Biogas Dairy Digester System

Thompson, Conn. (Nov. 19, 2020) – Earlier this summer, ground was broken at Fort Hill Farms in Thompson to begin the construction of Connecticut’s first biogas dairy digester system that will recycle food waste and manure into renewable energy and soil products. The project is moving forward thanks to a partnership between the farm, Live Oak Bank, the Connecticut Green Bank, and Ag-Grid Energy. [...]

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