Johnston Landfill Gas-To-Energy Facility is a 33.4MW biopower project. It is located in Rhode Island, the US. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in October 2013.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Biopower||33.4||33.4||–||Active||Rhode Island, the US||DCO Energy|
The project was developed by DCO Energy and is currently owned by Broadrock Renewables.
The project supplies enough clean energy to power 24,000 households, offsetting 158,000t of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) a year. The project cost is $100.455m.
Johnston Landfill Gas-To-Energy Facility is a combined heat and power (CHP) project. Landfill gas is used as a feedstock to power the project.
The project got commissioned in October 2013.
DCO Energy was selected to render EPC services for the biopower project.
About DCO Energy
DCO Energy LLC (DCO Energy) is an energy development company that operates, constructs, develops, manages, and maintains cogeneration and renewable energy projects across the US. The company’s services include performance testing, financing, equipment and systems analyses, energy audit, self-funding, retro-commissioning services, and computational data mining services, among others. It also provides long-term operating and maintenance services, CEC, CHCP and renewable energy projects construction, energy rebates, development, operations and maintenance services, among others. DCO Energy also develops several central energy centers, combined heat, renewable energy projects, landfill gas to energy and biomass projects, and chilling and power production facilities, among others. The company offers its services across the US. DCO Energy is headquartered in Hamilton, New Jersey, the US.
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