We were delighted to speak with Waste360 and provide an overview of our renewable natural gas (RNG) projects. Read the full story: Fuel from the farm: DTE Vantage Revs up Dairy RNG Work. .
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DTE Vantage renewable gas project in Wisconsin to turn waste from nearly 10,000 cows into fuel for transportationFebruary 16, 2023 8:44 am Comments Off on DTE Vantage renewable gas project in Wisconsin to turn waste from nearly 10,000 cows into fuel for transportation
Project reaffirms DTE Vantage as one of the largest renewable natural gas producers in the Midwest BIRNAMWOOD, WIS., Feb. 16, 2023 – Methane from dairy cow manure will become sustainable renewable natural gas (RNG) at a new DTE Vantage biomass facility that begins operations this month in Birnamwood, Wis. The new DTE Vantage project with… read more
We were delighted to speak with the Tri-State Neighbor and provide a site tour of our exciting RNG project in Beresford, South Dakota. Read the full story: Fuel from the farm: Dairy farms a growing source of renewable fuel.
Beresford, South Dakota, Nov. 2, 2022 – Methane from dairy cow manure will become sustainable renewable natural gas at a new Beresford, South Dakota facility that recently began operations. DTE Vantage announced today that its partnership with two local farms will make a sizable, positive environmental impact, producing enough RNG to serve the equivalent of… read more
A subsidiary of DTE Energy Co. will construct and operate a utility plant at Wayne County’s new criminal justice center east of downtown Detroit under a proposal that was submitted Wednesday to the county commission. The Central Utility Plant will distribute electricity, gas, hot and cold water throughout the criminal justice complex on 11 acres… read more
DTE Biomass Energy, an Ann Arbor-based subsidiary of DTE Energy in Detroit, today announced the acquisition of two landfill gas-to-energy projects in Texas —Ford Bend Power Procedures facility outside of Rosenberg (west of Houston) and the Seabreeze landfill gas development project in Angleton (south of Houston).
DTE Energy has received approval from the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District in California to convert a coal-fired power plant to biomass fuel. In July 2010, DTE bought the plant, which was closed in April 2009 after operating for 20 years. It is located at the Port of Stockton, a major deepwater port… read more