Gas oozing up from a landfill 90 miles away are being converted to energy and are now part of the clean energy portfolio for Palo Alto, Calif.
A roving methane detector could help minimize gas leaks and make it easier to turn methane into energy.
Using laser spectroscopy, residents of a rural town hope to expose fracking’s negative effects on air and water quality.
Audi is in on a project that will use wind power to make hydrogen, then convert the hydrogen into synthetic methane for use in cars on the natural gas grid.
Aspen Skiing Company is leading a project that will capture methane gas from a Somerset, Colo., coal mine, and then burn the methane to produce electricity.
Turning to the compost bin behind markets and cafeterias, researchers in Stuttgart aim to turn moldy fruits and vegetables into fuel for your car.
At the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, in Georgia, methane gas captured from a landfill is generating 1.9 megawatts of renewable electric power and steam.
ZooShare is aiming to build a biogas plant in Ontario, using animal waste from the Toronto Zoo to power a 500-kilowatt, grid-connected generator.
Scientists from Cornell and other universities have analyzed microbes in brewery waste, looking for ways to turn beer by products into useful biofuel.
The EPA honors six landfill projects that are keeping global-warming gases out of the atmosphere and producing renewable energy from our trash.