Did you know that the food that’s gone bad in your fridge can help generate electricity for your community? As efforts to curb global warming have gotten stronger, the renewable energy industry has kicked innovation into high gear. Among the many renewable energy investments happening around the world, one that is entering the U.S. spotlight is anaerobic digestion. According to the American Biogas Council, the U.S. now has more than 2,200 sites producing biogas across all 50 states, with 250 anaerobic digesters on farms, 1,269 water resource recovery facilities using anaerobic digesters, and 66 stand-alone systems that digest food waste. More >>