Biogas technology will save Philly some serious money
by Matt Jakubowski
Biogas isn’t sexy. There are no sleek silver solar panels, no turbines on a windswept hill. It’s a part of your regular routine, but we’re only beginning to tap into its explosive potential. Biogas generation, the unmentionable alternative, uses methane, a potent greenhouse gas that comes from our garbage and our raw sewage, to power engines. It’s already used in the United States, and it’s sure to be an inexhaustible supply of energy—and bad jokes—for decades to come.