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Be Part of the Solution November 5, 2008 DAVID R. ALBERS, PRESIDENT BIOENERGY SOLUTIONS, LLC 200 NEW STINE ROAD, SUITE 220 BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA 93309 (661) 617-6240 FAX (661) 617-6238 firstname.lastname@example.org www.allbioenergy.com. BioEnergy Solutions.
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Be Part of the Solution November 5, 2008 DAVID R. ALBERS, PRESIDENT BIOENERGY SOLUTIONS, LLC 200 NEW STINE ROAD, SUITE 220 BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA 93309 (661) 617-6240 FAX (661) 617-6238 email@example.com www.allbioenergy.com
BioEnergy Solutions • Founded by dairymen – for dairymen • We turn animal waste into a source of renewable natural gas for power generators • A better way to meet environmental standards: “Best Available Control Technology” • We create a new source of revenue– at our expense!
What We Do • We provide the facilities to capture gas at the farm, upgrade it, and move it to utility pipelines • Each location receives a custom design and technology that maximizes returns • We handle everything from permitting to pipeline at our expense • We sell high quality biogas plus the earned carbon credits – and share the profits!
The Opportunity • BioEnergy Solutions has a long term contract with PG&E to supply high quality biogas, and is negotiating offtake agreements with other utilities. • We also have contracts with private buyers. • Clean, renewable energy sources are in tremendous demand. California has a BioEnergy Action Plan and the Governor has required 20% of utility power to come from renewable sources.
Work Together… • Multiple farms can be linked together with benefits for all. Aggregating farms improves the financial performance, and allows us to develop projects at medium-sized and potentially smaller dairies in addition to the large, state-of-the-art dairies.
…Benefit Together • Generating power and environmental goodwill is better than generating just electricity • Environmental advances through cooperation help the dairy industry’s image and credibility • New source of domestic, renewable power for homes and businesses
The Process • We visit the site to determine best type of digester
The Dairy Farmer’s Role • Works with us as we build to the farmer’s existing infrastructure, management and style • Animals provide manure to the digester • Share in the proceeds from sale of biogas, electricity and carbon credits • Nothing more!
The California Market The San Joaquin Valley: 1,592,000 cows on 1,517 dairies in the Valley! For every 100,000 milking cows, we will produce 6 million cubic feet of natural gas every day… naturally.