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WROC, News 8 interview with Lauren Toretta.
*Eyes on the Future Interviews CH4 Biogas CEO Paul Toretta about Green Community Initiatives*
*Governor Cuomo Announces $21 Million to Create Economic Opportunity for Dairy Farmers Statewide*
*New York State invests $2M for Genesee Biogas plant*
*Alpina gets creative with yogurt process waste*
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Diana Louise Carter for Democrat and Chronicle: COVINGTON — It's a happy New Year after all for Synergy LLC, a multi-million dollar biodigester that was facing the loss of critical federal energy tax credits if it wasn't up and running by year's end.
The Daily News: The Synergy Biogas LLC biodigester in Covington, the largest dairy biodigester in Western New York, is on track to be connected to the power grid before the end of the year, preventing the loss of $2.8 million in federal investments for the project, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer announced Wednesday.
Link to video clip: YNN Rochester with Kate McGowan[http://rochester.ynn.com/content/top_stories/559288/farm-moves-towards-energy-efficiency/]
10/01/11 By Tom Rivers for The Daily News
NAPOLEON, Ohio — Local organic wastes from the Campbell Soup Company and other area suppliers will soon be generating renewable energy, thanks to a new regional biogas plant currently in development in Napoleon. Hull & Associates, Inc., an industry leader in engineering, energy and environmental consulting, and CH4 Biogas, LLC, a firm dedicated to pursuing opportunities for the anaerobic digestion of organic wastes, are currently working to permit and construct the project, which will be located on a 7.3-acre parcel on Township Road P3 across from the Campbell plant in Harrison Township.
*SCHUMER PUSHES TO BUILD NEW YORK’S FIRST CO-DIGESTION BIODIGESTER AT SYNERGY DAIRY IN WYOMING COUNTY *