Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) is proud to announce the opening of a new project office. The office will be located at 825 North Pearl Street, Suite 1, in Milan, Missouri. This office will be the home of RAE for the next 12 months as they work with residents in northern Missouri to expand their hog waste to renewable natural gas project. This office will be a resource for RAE employees and will allow area residents to interact with the RAE team. RAE representatives will be accepting appointments and walk-ins from landowners and residents who may have questions or concerns about the expansion of their current project.
Rudi Roeslein, founder of Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) has been named the Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) Air Conservationist of the Year.
Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) was recognized for their hard work and dedication by being named to the 2016 American Biogas Council (ABC) Biogas Industry Awardees list. RAE won the “Friend of the ABC” category beating out several other nominees for their contribution to the industry through their Ruckman Farm Project.
Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) announced that the first Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) produced from methane captured using covered manure lagoons at a Smithfield Hog Production farm near Albany, Missouri is now being injected into the national pipeline for distribution and use across the country. The completion of RNG production facilities at Ruckman Farm is a significant milestone for the $120 million project, which is the largest manure-to-energy project of its kind.
Installation of Biogas Technology Will Create Renewable Natural Gas at Smithfield Foods’ Ruckman Farm by Mid-2016
Albany, MO (October 30, 2015) – Roeslein Alternative Energy announced the turnkey facility to create and inject large quantities of Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) into the national grid system, created from one of the largest concentrations of finishing hogs in the Midwest, will be operational by mid-2016. The announcement took place during an event at Ruckman Farm, one of the nine Smithfield Foods Missouri hog production facilities involved in the largest livestock manure-to-energy project of its kind.Read more
Roeslein Alternative Energy Collaborates with Smithfield Foods, Murphy Brown Missouri on Largest Biogas Project of its Kind; Significant Environmental Benefits Expected
St. Louis, MO (August 11, 2014) – Construction is underway in Northern Missouri on an innovative $80 million renewable energy project, developed and constructed by Roeslein Alternative Energy, LLC (RAE) in collaboration with Murphy-Brown of Missouri, LLC (MBM) the livestock production subsidiary of Smithfield Foods, Inc.