Are you interested in the market for non-energy co-products from a biogas system? Would you like to optimize your revenue potential by selling your digestate or other non-energy attributes? Join us to learn what’s working today for some developers and project owners which you might be able to apply to your current or upcoming project. It’s no secret that, today, these markets aren’t as developed as we would all like them to be so that means selling co-products takes some creativity until we can get this market to grow. Sign up to join our Dec 5 webinar to learn more!
Marketing Bioenergy Co-Products
MABEX Webinar Series
Wednesday| December 5, 2018 | 1:30 – 3:00 PM ET
Patrick Serfass (Moderator)
Mid-Atlantic Bioenergy Council
Patrick has been the Executive Director of the Mid- Atlantic Bioenergy Council since 2016. MABEC is advancing the use of biomass to produce clean heat, power, fuels and soil amendments in the Keystone state and around the Mid-Atlantic. To MABEC, Patrick brings over 15 years of experience in growing clean energy industries, like biogas, solar, hydrogen and fuel cells through the company that now manages MABEC, Technology Transition Corporation. Before Patrick got into clean energy, he was a physical oceanographer and architectural engineer who helped design huge glass curtainwalls for buildings and unmanned, deep ocean vehicles. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Engineering Sciences from Dartmouth College.
Robert G. Kelly
Robert G. Kelly is President and CEO of Pennsaco, LLC, a next generation biorefinery technology producing carbon negative fuels and chemicals. He has over 25 years experience in the energy, technology, and finance sectors, with 15 years dedicated to bringing cleantech into the mainstream.
While with ARB, Inc., a forward leaning private equity group, Robert was responsible for early stage investments in renewable energy, clean water, and sustainable agriculture. As the entrepreneur-in-residence, he also developed and launched three wind energy companies from the firm’s wind park holdings. Two of these internally funded companies realized successful exits.
Robert has graduate degrees from Columbia University and UC, Berkeley, and serves on the board of the Halloran Family Foundation. He lives outside Philadelphia with his wife and children.
Chris is an environmental engineer with more than twenty five years experience in wastewater treatment, residuals reuse, and recycling. His work experience includes operations manager for a 1200 ton/day, biosolids reuse program ($19 million annual budget), development for new biosolids reuse options, development of a nationally recognized research program, design/construction inspection/permitting work, and development of an award winning EMS program. In addition, Chris has worked on innovative organic waste reuse in restoration projects, marketing/public communication strategy, odor monitoring and sampling, and contract writing/procurement/management.
Craig Frear (Moderator)
Craig Frear is Director of Research and Technology at Regenis, a premier farm-based anaerobic digester construction management and operations company. Previously with Washington State University (WSU), he was instrumental in developing one of the nation’s most prolific applied science and engineering programs in organic residuals and animal manure treatment for sustainable reuse. He has authored more than seventy peer-reviewed journal and extension papers while an inventor on eight US patents. He holds a Ph.D. in Engineering Science from Washington State University, a master’s in Educational Administration from Columbia University, and a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Theology from St. Olaf College. Craig presently serves on the Board of the American Biogas Council.