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Harcolm Farms Mini Digester Successfully Commissioned in Two Days!

On March 27th, the Carbon Neutral Farms team successfully completed the commissioning of Canada’s only packaged mini digester with a single phase, synchronous and 60 hertz installation. This is the first system configuration of its kind and we are happy to report that the commissioning was successful and completed in just ...

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Harcolm Farms Mini Digester Connected to the Grid

We are pleased to share that after making several adaptations to comply with Canadian standards, we received certification for both TSSA and ESA on March 20th.  With this, we had permission to connect the 10 kW MicroFIT and 10 kW Net Meter contracts and on March 27th we successfully connected ...

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Harcolm Farms 20 kW Mini Digester Installation Nearly Complete

The installation of the 20 kw digester unit at Harcolm farms progressed well. The reactor vessel, mixer and heating system and the two roofs were assembled and closed up by Friday night and January 19th, just three days after starting the installation at 9 am Wednesday morning. Inspection by TSSA revealed ...

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Wayside Energy Begins Installation of First Packaged Mini Digester in Canada

Installation of the first packaged Mini Digester in Canada began January 16th with support from manufacturer Biolectric.  The Mini Digester design is suitable for dairy farms ranging from 50 to 240 cows and creates green energy for the carbon neutral farm of the future. This installation is part of the Carbon ...

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Wayside Energy signs contract with Martin Energy Group

We are pleased to announce we have signed a contract with Martin Energy Group of Missouri to handle Project Development for CHP projects using natural gas or biogas fuels in Canada.  Our packages range in power from 100kW to 2MW  and combined efficiency can be higher than 85%.  Growers, manufacturers ...

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Balance Issues with the Power Grid

Recent articles in the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star highlight a balance issue with the power grid. The increased presence of energy on the grid from renewable sources, such as wind and solar, presents the challenge of maintaining optimal power availability, since the output from these sources varies ...

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