Make your own renewable natural gas from farm and kitchen wastes, or from wood. Learn how to make and use a small biogas digester, and a simple wood-gas camp stove. This workshop will help you understand the basics of both biogas and wood gas, and how you can produce renewable natural gas from biomass and waste resources found at home or on the farm. Participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of both anaerobic digestion and pyrolysis.
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The Homeowner’s Energy Handbook: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Choices
Paul Scheckel lives off the grid in northern Vermont. He is an energy auditor and consultant who has visited more than 3,000 homes, educating people about energy efficiency, cost-effective improvements, and indoor air quality. He has appeared on national television and local radio, writes a monthly column on energy issues for two statewide Vermont newspapers, speaks at conferences, and hosts a blog.
Visit www.nrgrev.com for more information.
Order his books, The Homeowner's Energy Handbook and The Home Energy Diet.