Energy: Biogas

Anyone who has spent time in a swamp, like the incredible Florida Everglades, knows what “biogas” is.  It’s the end result of natural processes that break down plant matter and return the nutrients back to the soil – and produce a lot of methane gas.   Capturing that process, improving it, and making use of the methane is a very old technology that has been in use in some form for centuries.

It also might very well be the future of energy around the world, especially with a few advancements and refinements.

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