Project Profiles

Clean energy already accounts for 10 percent of our nation's energy, and has the potential for much more. Here is a sampling of the nearly 4,000 systems across the U.S. These Project Profiles were put together by the DOE's seven regional Clean Energy Application Centers.

Project Profiles by Market Sector (all regions)

Animal and Dairy Farms

  • Clover Hill Dairy (PDF 175 KB), Campbellsport, Wisconsin
  • Crave Brothers Farms (PDF 181 KB) Waterloo, Wisconsin
  • Holsum Dairy, Irish Road (PDF 217 KB), Hilbert, Wisconsin
  • Holsum Elm Dairy (PDF 173 KB), Hilbert, Wisconsin
  • Hunter Haven Farms (PDF 285 KB), Pearl City, Illinois
  • Sievers Family Farms (PDF 318 KB), Stockton, Iowa

Data Centers

  • First National Bank (PDF 190 KB), ,Omaha, Nebraska

Ethanol Plants

  • Adkins Energy LLC (PDF 156 KB), Lena, Illinois
  • East Kansas Agri-Energy LLC (PDF 120 KB), Garnett, Kansas
  • POET Biorefining and City of Macon (PDF 149 KB), Macon, Missouri

Healthcare Facilities

  • Gunderen Health System - Onalaska Campus (PDF 170 KB), Onalaska, Wisconsin
  • Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration(PDF 146 KB), La Crosse, Wisconsin
  • Jesse Brown VA (PDF 351 KB), Chicago, Illinois
  • St. Mary's Hospital (PDF 246 KB), Rochester, Minnesota

Laboratories

  • National Animal Disease Center (PDF 236 KB), Ames, Iowa

Manufacturing Facilities

  • Caterpillar Aurora (PDF 530 KB), Aurora, Illinois
  • Cokenergy (PDF 283 KB), East Chicago, Indiana
  • SC Johnson Waxdale Plant (PDF 217 KB), Racine, Wisconsin
  • Solvay Specialty Polymers (PDF 404 KB) Marietta, Ohio

Office Buildings

  • Brandonview(Laclede Gas).pdf, (PDF 697 KB), Saint Louis, Missouri

Municipal

  • Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office, (PDF 197 KB), Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Pipelines

  • Northern Border Pipeline (PDF 153 KB), St. Anthony, North Dakota

Universities and Colleges

  • University of Illinois at Chicago West Campus (PDF 434 KB), Chicago, Illinois
  • University of Iowa (PDF 221 KB), Iowa City, Iowa

Waste and Wastewater Treatment Facilities

  • Albert Lea WWT Plant (PDF 127 kB), Albert lea, Minnesotta
  • Danville WWT Plant (PDF 153 kB), Danville, Illinois
  • Des Moines WWT (PDF 260 KB), Des Moines, Iowa
  • Downers Grove Sanitary District (PDF 377 KB), Downers Grove, Illinois
  • Janesville WWT Plant (PDF 304 KB), Janesville, Wisconsin
  • Northwest Regional Water Reclamation (PDF 358 KB), Fox Lake, Illinois
  • Rochester WWT Plant (PDF 320 KB), Rochester, Minnesota

Database of All Known CHP Installations

National Project Profile Search

Recycled energy already accounts for nearly 10 percent of our nation's energy - numbering over 4,000 local, clean, and efficient systems and counting - and we have the potential for far more. The DOE's seven regional Clean Energy Application Centers have put together Project Profiles on over 100 individual recycled energy systems across the country, illustrating the diversity, benefits, operating conditions, equipment configurations, and lessons learned from these sites. Use the search tool below to find Project Profiles that match your own site's characteristics.

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