BioGas from Miscanthus is producing 7 MW
Tibbar Energy is developing a biomass facility, which will produce biogas through the process of anaerobic digestion. The feedstock, called Giant King Grass, will be grown on a 1000 plus acres on St. Croix/Virgin Islands, small islands near Puerto Rico. The biogas from the process will then be used to generate 7MW of renewable electricity.
Tibbar Energy was issued a Virgin Island Department on Planning and Natural Resources’ Division of Coastal Zone Management (CZM) final permit for construction on April 2, 2014.
Those permits are now 90% complete and the final design and modification before construction starts is also being completed.
Tibbar has already been operating farms on the island of St. Croix growing GKG for over 2 years now with great success.
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