UW Oshkosh Biogas Systems
As part of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's mission to become a more sustainable institution, UW Oshkosh and partners have constructed the nation’s first commercial-scale dry fermentation anaerobic biogas system on campus, and two biogas systems at dairy farms.
UW Oshkosh Urban Anaerobic Dry Biogas System (BD1)
In 2011, the UW Oshkosh Foundation-Witzel, LLC built the first commercial scale dry fermentation anaerobic biogas system in the Americas.
Organizations involved include the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, UW Oshkosh Foundation, Inc., BIOFerm™ Energy Systems, Viessmann Group, City of Oshkosh, Zillges Materials, Inc. and Sanimax.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh—Titan 64 (Small Farm Biogas System—EUCOlino)
The Allen Farms biogas project and technology, referred to as the “Titan64” or the “EUCOlino” (OY-co-lino) conducted by BIOFerm™ Energy Systems and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, involves the first small-scale biogas system in Wisconsin. Learn more about EUCOlino.
UW Oshkosh Foundation, Rosendale Biogas System
The innovative collaboration between the dairy and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh also leads the way in education and training.
The onsite learning facility will be the first in the U.S. designed as a teaching center for the development of technicians, scientists and engineers for the biogas and renewable energy industry.