Economic and Technical Review of Generating Electricity from Landfill Gas: Report to the Legislature by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission
DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1993 - 21 pages
Examines the feasibility of generating electricity using the methane gas from landfills in Minnesota. The analysis includes an examination of the methane generation process, state & federal rules which affect the economics of producing electricity, a technical description of the energy conservation operation & the potential energy recovery from the landfills in Minnesota. The report also examines the theoretical electrical capacity estimates, the various factors affecting project economics & the future technological potential.
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