Prompted by the 2050 net-zero target, TerraVest Renewables is to offer its manufacturing capabilities to other renewable energy project developers, to spur industry growth.
“Canada is harnessing only about 14 percent of its biogas and RNG potential through its 279 projects while the 2,200 plus sites in the US represents only about 15 percent of potential development,” said Jason Greene, president of the energy processing equipment division at TerraVest Industries.
“This contrasts with Europe, where there are over 10,000 biogas operations, allowing some communities to rely mostly on clean energy. By working with other renewable gas developers, we can support the installation of more low carbon energy systems at an accelerated pace to reach emissions targets.”
The manufacturing capabilities of TerraVest consist of more than a dozen vertically integrated facilities across North America. Many of these facilities have been in operation for more than five decades with some the recipient of gas industry awards for supplier excellence.
“It was extremely beneficial to have access to an established manufacturing infrastructure when we entered the market,” said Jason Bridges, general manager for TerraVest.