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  • Biogas upgrading on dairy digesters 

    Kennedy, Nicholas; Yorgey, Georgine; Frear, Craig, 1964-; Evans, Daniel A.; Jensen, Jim; Kruger, Chad E. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2015-09)
    Recently the prices for electricity production have fallen in many parts of the US, reducing the profitability of digesters. As received electrical rates have continued to decrease, interest in other higher value end-uses ...
  • Biomethane for transportation : opportunities for Washington State : a report for the Western Washington Clean Cities Coalition 

    Jensen, Jim (Seattle, Washington : Western Washington Clean Cities Coalition.; Olympia, Washington : Washington State University Extension Energy Program., 2011-11)
  • Completing a successful feasibility study for an anaerobic digestion project 

    Jensen, Jim; Frear, Craig, 1964-; Kruger, Chad E.; Yorgey, Georgine (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2018-01)
    Today, anaerobic digesters require significant up-front expenditures. As the cost and complexity of anaerobic digesters has grown, so has the demand for analysis of the technical systems and the financial costs and benefits. ...
  • Digested fiber solids : methods for adding value 

    Jensen, Jim; Frear, Craig, 1964-; Ma, Jingwei; Kruger, Chad E.; Hummel, Rita L. (Rita Lynn); Yorgey, Georgine (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2016-11)
    Anaerobic digestion (AD) of dairy manure and other organic residuals produces biogas, a source of renewable power and fuel, while also benefitting the environment by capturing and converting methane, destroying pathogens ...