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EnTech Solutions Receives Clean Energy Recognitions from RENEW Wisconsin, Central States Water Environment Association

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Menasha, Wis. – EnTech Solutions, a clean-energy solutions provider, was recently recognized by RENEW Wisconsin and the Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA) Wisconsin Section for its work on two renewable energy projects.

EnTech Solutions’ renewable natural gas (RNG) digester facility in Middleton, Wisconsin.

EnTech was honored as a RENEW Wisconsin 2022 Clean Energy Leader for the microgrid deployed at its renewable natural gas (RNG) digester facility in Middleton, Wisconsin. The distributed energy microgrid powers the on-site operations with energy generated by solar panels and stored in batteries. The waste-to-energy digester facility produces RNG, which is injected into the natural gas pipeline in Dane County and used in the transportation sector on the West Coast. RNG from dairy manure can reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by up to 400% when used to replace traditional vehicle fuels.

“EnTech Solutions’ project exemplifies the values we seek to recognize, as it is a replicable model for decarbonizing Wisconsin’s manure management facilities,” said Sam Dunaiski, executive director of RENEW Wisconsin.

The Middleton digester was also recognized with the 2022 Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, and Resource Recovery (3R3E) Award from CSWEA. EnTech Solutions and project partner, Symbiont, were honored for the impactful work at the digester to increase renewable energy generation, energy efficiency and resource recovery that positively affects the water environment.

EnTech Solutions was also recognized by RENEW Wisconsin as a partner on the solar microgrid incorporated by the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians. After storms washed out roads and bridges on the reservation, causing power outages lasting for many days, they partnered with EnTech to incorporate clean, resilient power to ensure their energy needs across the reservation would not be affected by future adverse weather events. The microgrid also enables them to save money and control their energy budget.

“We greatly appreciate partners like Bad River and the Middleton dairy community who are actively seeking ways to be strong environmental stewards while also securing the most resilient energy possible,” said Scott Romenesko, EnTech Solutions executive vice president. “We’re thankful for our team members who continue to develop cutting-edge energy solutions to meet the needs of our customers today and in the future.”

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