Toyota’s New Power Plant Will Create Clean Energy from Manure

by | Feb 2, 2018 | Manure To Energy | 0 comments

“CLEAN” ENERGY

Japanese automobile giant Toyota is making some exciting moves in the realm of renewable, clean energy. The company is planning to build a power plant in California that turns the methane gas produced by cow manure into water, electricity, and hydrogen. The project, known as the Tri-Gen Project, was unveiled at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. The plant, which will be located at the Port of Long Beach in California, will be “the world’s first commercial-scale 100% renewable power and hydrogen generation plant,” writes USA Today. Toyota is expecting the plant to come online in about 2020.

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