Custom Energy Inc
Custom Energy, Inc. represents many of the leading dairy and hog farms in the nation. Each farm client undergoes a thorough pre-qualification process aimed at expediting developer due diligence and financial underwriting. Digester development opportunities are outlined in a confidential prospectus detailing farm size, location, ownership and operating history, wet cow equivalency, herd composition, manure handling practices, bedding, barn environment, gas pipeline infrastructure, and other factors.
Digester Project Feasibility Consulting
Project Development Consulting
How large does a farm need to be to support a biogas digester?
Digesters are available in a variety of sizes and can support any size farm. The smallest of these are “home” digesters, which are easily installed, inexpensive, and capable of processing light quantities of food and animal waste. These digesters are available from several agriculture supply retailers.
At the other end of the scale, industrial digesters are specially engineered and constructed to process manure from large, commercial farm operations. Design and construction may require up to two years and substantial capital investment. If a farm is too small to substantiate such investment, they may be able to participate in the operation of a nearby digester by selling its manure to the digester operator.
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FEDERAL SOLAR TAX CREDITS FOR BUSINESSES
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REAP GRANT GUIDE
The federal government provides grants to help rural businesses go solar. It does so through the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). REAP grants have given thousands of farmers and business owners in rural areas across the country the opportunity to power their businesses with solar energy projects.