At the 10 Year Anniversary & Stakeholder Celebration for Iowa State University’s STRIPS Project, Rudi Roeslein, Founder and CEO of Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) and John Murphy, Manager of Sustainability and Ecological Services, discussed the numerous financial and ecological advantages that stem from conserving prairie grasses and generating alternative renewable energy.
Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) attended and sponsored a table at the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Sponsor Event on September 9th 2017. This event took place in the Anheuser Busch Mansion at Grants Farm in St. Louis, Missouri.Read more
Written by Rudi Roeslein
Another year; another ‘record-breaking’ flood; another debate about levees. Einstein said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results. It is time to recognize that development in flood plains, wetlands and riparian buffers is causing these catastrophes. It is also time to recognize that nature has provided the only solution that is practical, cost effective and scalable.
We can soak up water before it floods.
By Dean Houghton
Roeslein Alternative Energy was recently featured in a two-page article spread by, The Furrow, John Deere’s magazine publication. We hope you enjoy this article. To read the second-page hover over the bottom of the article and a box will appear allowing you to move to the second page of the article.
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.
Written by Rudi Roeslein
After epic Midwest winter flooding, there’s renewed discussion about reducing the damage next time. But instead of spending valuable resources trying to hold flood waters back, let’s do a better job preventing floods in the first place.
Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) has developed technology that synergistically uses two waste biomass streams to generate two bioproducts. The technology enhances the process of anaerobic digestion of wastewater sludge by incorporating biomass-derived, carbon-sequestering char within the digester, thus creating pipeline-quality renewable natural gas while using the remaining biosolids for a high-quality fertilizer. With funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) totaling $1.5 million over three years, researchers at ANL have been able to develop and de-risk this technology, which is now ready for scale-up.
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.