AN ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION THAT RESTORES BALANCE

Restoring land to a more native condition can produce biofuels and deliver many other benefits.
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Restoring wildlife habitats from Biomass crops that are similar to native ecosystems.
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Naturally creates sustainable energy using organic inputs that are often considered waste.
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Concept to Completion Alternative Energy Solutions

Why Anaerobic Digestion?

Anaerobic digestion naturally breaks down organic matter in an oxygen-free environment. A byproduct is a methane-rich biogas which can be converted to renewable natural gas, chemically identical to fossil natural gas. It can be used as a transportation fuel or injected into the natural gas grid system. The remaining solids can be used as natural fertilizer and the water for irrigation. With RAE's leading technology, 850,000 tons of CO2 methane will be prevented from reaching the atmosphere. That's equivalent to filling 56,000 big rig trucks with a full tank of diesel fuel per year.
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Services

From engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) through consulting, project management and fabrication capabilities, RAE has you covered.

Technology

Scalable to a variety of industries, anaerobic digestion is a natural technology that creates biogas, a gas mixture consisting mainly of methane.

Restoration

Working to restore 30,000,000 acres of land to native prairie grasses to create a better world for the years to come.

Safety

Focusing on the impact of their environmental, health and safety decisions, continuous education, standards, and procedures are in place.

Through Innovation and Risk

With the goal of giving farmers the opportunity to be in the energy market, Roeslein Alternative Energy began working with Smithfield Hog Production of Missouri, on their Northern Farms; this would be a $100 million renewable biogas project. The project centered on gathering hog manure into covered lagoons and capturing the methane gas released through the natural anaerobic digestion process. The captured gas then would travel through equipment for cleaning and compression in preparation of injection into the pipeline. Roeslein Alternative Energy’s role as a developer in the project ranged from full engineering of the systems to fabrication and/or procurement of necessary process systems, progressing to project installation, commissioning and start-up.
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Ground Breaking and Award Winning

The American Biogas Council (ABC) named Roeslein Alternative Energy as the 2016 Friend of the ABC winner for their hard work and dedication
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Conservation Federation of Missouri names Rudi Roeslein, President of Roeslein Alternative Energy, as Missouri's Air Conservationist of the Year
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Roeslein Alternative Energy was named the 2016 Groundbreaker of the Year by BBI International at their annual International Biomass Conference
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Featured News

Roeslein Alternative Energy started working with formerly known Premium Standard Farms, now known as Smithfield Hog Production, to restore their hog farms and their reputation; this would be a $100 million renewable biogas project. The project centered on developing, installing and operating processing facilities in order to produce pipeline quality renewable natural gas.
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The Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas recognized Roeslein Alternative Energy for their developmental role in renewable natural gas-to-transportation fuel at its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Rudi Roeslein, President of Roeslein Alternative Energy and CEO of Roeslein & Associates, accepted the award on behalf of his team.
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It is with heavy hearts that we remember and recognize Bill T. Crawford – if it were not for Bill, and the men and women who worked tirelessly and often at great adversity alongside him, we would not be enjoying the wildlife heritage we have. They provided a model for the rest of our country that is still the best practice to be followed and improved upon.
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In the last two decades, the Monarch butterflies population has decreased. They are just one of the many species that benefit from RAE’s 30/30 vision. This vision benefits farmers economically and positively impacts surrounding ecosystems by creating homes for various types of wildlife, providing erosion control, and preventing flooding.
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