CAMS chosen to support Aerogy’s RNG projects
Aerogy recently announced it has successfully co-developed, closed financing and commenced construction on an anaerobic digestion (AD) facility at Zahn’s Farm near Gillett, Wisconsin. The facility will convert manure into RNG and is expected to produce more than 200,000 MMBtu of RNG annually.
“We are excited to continue our partnership with Macquarie Capital and its portfolio companies,” said Jeff Sommers, CAMS chief financial officer. “We look forward to helping Aerogy and its owners achieve their goals and continued growth.”
Nicholas Gole, senior managing director at Macquarie Capital, commented: “Macquarie’s market-leading expertise in infrastructure combined with CAMS’ deep understanding of operations and management will support Aerogy in accelerating projects across the renewable fuels landscape.
“By investing in breakthrough energy solutions which help reduce emissions, Aerogy aims to facilitate the transition to a lower carbon economy.”