Selling the natural gas generated at one of Lincoln’s wastewater treatment plants will produce $2 million of new revenue for the city annually, the mayor said. Lincoln has used the gas to produce electricity that helped power the wastewater treatment plant. City officials decided in 2017, however, that upgrading the system at the Theresa Street plant and selling the biogas locally or nationally would provide a greater return on investment. The $8 million upgrade will be complete this summer, and city officials plan to begin sales under an agreement with Utah-based energy management company and ABC member, Blue Source. More >>