Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) has been named the Corporate Conservationist of the Year by the Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM). This award recognizes corporations that have made a significant contribution towards conservation in the state of Missouri.
Written by: Diana Barr
Published by: St. Louis Business Journal
Monarch Bioenergy, a joint venture between St. Louis-based Roeslein Alternative Energy and a division of Smithfield Foods Inc., has reached a milestone in their approximately $150 million bioenergy project.
Roeslein Alternative Energy is proud to announce that its Founder and CEO, Rudi Roeslein, has been selected as a recipient of a National Lewis and Clark Conservation Award. These awards are given annually to honor individuals and organizations that have made a noteworthy impact in conservation and conservation causes.
Roeslein Alternative Energy welcomes Tim Johnston to the team as Vice President. Tim has 40 years of experience in the natural gas industry. He previously worked with RAE on the design of gas production technology on Ruckman Farm.
Tim is the co-founder of Colorado Natural Gas, a company he started with a friend to deliver clean, safe and affordable natural gas to rural mountain communities in Colorado. Tim led the start-up through an expansion to roughly 280 employees. He left to pursue other interests in 2015.