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The Future of Manure Digesters in Wisconsin

February 25, 2020 @ 3:00 am CST


February 25, 2020 from 9am-1:15pm
UW-Green Bay University Union
2420 Nicolet Drive; Green Bay, WI 54311

As the second event of a three part series on renewable energy production in Wisconsin, the conference examined the challenges and opportunities facing digester development in Wisconsin and how developers/regulators can plan for the future by optimizing its economic, environmental, and energy benefits. Cosponsors included the UW-Green Bay Environmental Management and Business Institute, Wisconsin Biogas Council, UW-Madison Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Wisconsin Energy Institute, and Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability & the Global Environment.

Panel 1: What are the Challenges & Opportunities Facing Wisconsin Digester Development?

Moderator: John Katers, UW-Green Bay

Panel 2: How Can Developers and Regulators Optimize the Economic, Environmental, & Energy Benefits of Digesters in the Future?

Moderator: John Katers, UW-Green Bay 

La Follette School of Public Affairs Student Research Team: Cost Benefit Analysis of Anaerobic Biodigesters in Northeast Wisconsin [presentation]

Keynote Address: Mark Hill – Vice President of Operations DTE Energies [presentation]


UW–Green Bay – University Union
2420 Nicolet Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311 United States
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