Renewable Energy | Organic Soils | Locally Grown Foods
The demand for renewable energy, locally produced food, and responsible management of organic waste products is increasing dramatically. The uncertainty of supplies and the costs of food, fertilizers, and energy resources increase the need for local and sustainably generated fuel, electricity, and intensive agricultural production. The BioEnergy Farm harnesses bioenergy from organic waste materials close to their points of origin and uses it to generate essential goods and services that are sold into local markets.
The BioEnergy Farm derives revenue from biomass feedstocks by extracting energy as they are processed, from sales of value-added products made from these raw materials and from handling fees for their disposal. The BioEnergy Farm converts a wide range of organic waste materials into energy and horticultural products. Landscape debris, food residuals, fats, oils, and grease, wood wastes and manures are transformed into liquid and solid fuels, heat and electrical energy. The energy is marketed and also used on site to manufacture horticultural products including compost, enriched soil, fertilizers and mulch.
Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) greenhouse technology uses biomass heat and electricity generated on-site to grow high value crops using the most advanced production technology and methods developed with leading greenhouse entrepreneurs and university researchers. The best proven technologies are integrated within sustainably powered LEED standard 'green' buildings to optimize production, efficiency and host community benefit. 'Green collar' jobs are created in our well lit, oxygen enriched and clean work environments that provide the highest degree of employee health, safety, satisfaction and productivity.
The BioEnergy Farm builds a stable business on diversified revenue streams at each facility. Demand for the basic products and services provided by the BioEnergy Farm is universal, and forms a solid foundation for local employment, environmental vitality, and stakeholder value. Our competitive advantage in developing a new generation of hybrid bioenergy facilities stems from extensive experience and international relationships in energy, waste management, and the environmental and horticultural industries. The BioEnery Farms are being developed as partnerships, enlisting experienced management teams and key stakeholders at under-utilized sites to take advantage of human and physical resources. Our contacts and professional networks enable us to identify the best opportunities in strategic locations and implement projects that provide a steady and competitive return on investments.
The demand for the most basic necessities of food, energy and organic waste management will be particularly critical to fill in a challenging financial climate. The BioEnergy Farm addresses all three while reducing unemployment, greenhouse gas emissions, and a host of pollution problems from poorly managed organic resources. The renewable energy, enriched soil and compost, mulches, nutrients, and the plant products generated by such facilities form the base for a solid and sustainable local agricultural industry.