Methane to Electricity

“KCP&L District Manager Matt Dority says there are currently 47 wells at the landfill, collecting methane gas, a natural byproduct of landfill operations.
The wells, anywhere from 30 to 90 feet deep, collect the gas and route it to the new 1.6-megawatt power plant. The plant then generates enough electricity to serve about a thousand customers.”

Looking forward to more methane power plants!


About TripodMA

I went to protests and all I got was this lousy surveillance. Proud parking lot naturalist. My Awards: Time Magazine Person of the Year! 2011 Recipient of the distinguished FBI Out-And-About & Home Visit award FBI Associates Program Nominee 2009-2010 County Parks Taxidermy Squirrel recipient 2009-2010 Don’t Eff With Me and I Won’t Eff With You certificate 2010
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