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Trillium CNG & Amp Americas Join Forces

July 24, 2012 in CNG by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Their Amp Trillium JV Targets a Network of CNG Stations

Trillium CNG and Amp Americas have established Amp Trillium to build a network of compressed natural gas fueling stations across the U.S.
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Cornerstone Environmental for BioCNG

April 22, 2012 in CNG, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Cornerstone Environmental and its BioCNG, LLC unit are opening natural gas vehicle fueling stations based on waste methane – and delivering the fuel at bargain prices.

A landfill gas-based facility in St Landry Parish, La. opened on March 26 and another, using methane from a local wastewater treatment plant, opened in Janesville, Wisc. mid-February.
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Cornerstone Environmental Group Delivers BioCNG

March 26, 2012 in Uncategorized by rich  |  No Comments

Cornerstone Environmental and its BioCNG, LLC unit are opening natural gas vehicle fueling stations based on waste methane – and delivering the fuel at bargain prices.

Cornerstone Environmental is tapping landfill gas to make up to 250 gasoline gallon equivalents of ‘BioCNG’ in St Landry Parish, La. The facility opened March 26.

Cornerstone Environmental is tapping landfill gas to make up to 250 gasoline gallon equivalents of ‘BioCNG’ in St Landry Parish, La. The facility opened March 26.

A landfill gas-based facility in St Landry Parish, La. opened today (March 26) and another, using methane from a local wastewater treatment plant, opened in Janesville, Wisc. in mid-February.

Each has a BioCNG 50 purification unit and can produce 250 gasoline gallon equivalents of CNG per day.

Cornerstone’s first installation, at the Rodefeld Landfill, in Dane County outside Madison, Wisc. (F&F, Sept. 20, 2010) opened at 100 GGE per day in late 2010 and is being expanded to 250, says VP Mike Michels. “We’re making biofuel at all three of these projects at under $1 a gallon,” he told F&F – with the cost of compression included.

BioCNG units employ Air Liquide membrane technology for carbon dioxide removal and a scavenger system dubbed SulfaTreat to remove hydrogen sulfide, Michels says.

Cornerstone Environmental is using methane from a wastewater treatment plant to make up to 250 gasoline gallon equivalents of ‘BioCNG’ in Janesville, Wisc. – which happens to be the hometown of facility fueling equipment supplier ANGI. The facility opened February 15.

Cornerstone Environmental is using methane from a wastewater treatment plant to make up to 250 gasoline gallon equivalents of ‘BioCNG’ in Janesville, Wisc. – which happens to be the hometown of facility fueling equipment supplier ANGI. The facility opened February 15.

The first vehicle was BioCNG-filled at the Rodefeld landfill in Wisconsin on March 18, 2011

The first vehicle was BioCNG-filled at the Rodefeld landfill in Wisconsin on March 18, 2011

The Janesville facility has compression and dispensing equipment from ANGI Energy Systems  – which happens to have recently relocated there. In Louisiana, Cornerstone installed equipment from New Jersey’s Air & Gas Technologies.


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Compost-Based Biomethane in Canada

January 21, 2012 in Biomethane, CNG, NGVs by rich  |  No Comments

New York City’s Energy Vision is spreading the word about a new compost-to-biomethane program in British Columbia – designed as an efficient way to make renewable gas to offset the fuel burned by garbage trucks in the city of Surrey, south of Vancouver.
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CEC Streamlines Planning Process

January 2, 2012 in Uncategorized by rich  |  No Comments

Legislation passed in 2011 has made it easier for the California Energy Commission to get its next round of solicitations ready under AB 118, the statute that provides for the agency to fund energy-efficient vehicles to the tune of nearly $100 million per year.
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