Award presented by the Clean Lakes Alliance at their annual “Save the Lakes” Breakfast Dane, Wis. – May 09, 2017 –The Lumley Leadership Award for Lake Stewardship was awarded to Clean Fuel Partners, LLC (Clean Fuel) at the Clean Lakes Alliance's annual Save the Lakes Breakfast for its vital … [Read more...] about CFP receives Lumley Leadership Award for Lake Stewardship
On Saturday, April 22nd we celebrated our planet. Earth Day was founded in 1970 to demonstrate our support for environmental health and success, worldwide. Here at Clean Fuel Partners our mission is to make a difference in the world by improving the environment in tangible and measurable ways. We … [Read more...] about A partnership that celebrates the message of Earth Day
Electrical Production Total productions for 2016 (kwh): 9,900,464.38 Total production for 2015 (kwh): 8,347,772.89 Difference: +1,552,691.49 kwh or +18.6% Production capacity: 2016 avg: 56.22% 2015 avg: 44.94% Difference: +11.28% Material Processed Totals for … [Read more...] about 2016 Performance Report Card
Snapshot: Performance numbers compared to YTD 2015: Manure processed +18% (987 tons) Electricity Production + 38% Phosphorous removed +38% (7 tons) By The Numbers: … [Read more...] about First Half 2016 Dane Facility Performance
In partnership with Clean Lakes Alliance we're excited to bring you two great opportunities to meet with our Clean Fuel Partners team and learn about what we do in Dane County, Wisconsin. Clean Lakes Alliance presents Yahara Lakes 101 Science Cafe with Dane County and Clean Fuel Partners The … [Read more...] about Two great opportunities to learn about anaerobic digesters!
On Tuesday May 3, 2016, Clean Fuel Partners, LLC (Clean Fuel) unveiled its newly improved biodigester facility in Dane, Wisconsin. Since purchasing the Dane Facility from Clear Horizons in December 2015, Clean Fuel has enhanced operations and environmental safeguards. Company … [Read more...] about Dane Facility Rededication Ceremony
Gases and liquids produced by decomposing organic agricultural materials – from livestock feeding, agricultural waste, food processing and other sources – represent huge and growing problems. Unchecked, they produce: Greenhouse gases, primarily methane Excess phosphates and nitrates in soil … [Read more...] about Why We Need Renewable Energy Ecosystems