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Local Company Manufactures the Equipment for the Winner of the 2013 “International Bioenergy Project of the Year” and the 2013 Energy Green Leadership Award

Posted at December 10, 2013

Unison Solutions, Inc., of Dubuque, Iowa, announced that it has manufactured the equipment which
won the 2013 “International Bioenergy Project of the Year” Award by Power Generation and Renewable
Energy in Orlando, Florida on November 11 at the Renewable Energy World – Power Engineering
Awards Gala. This project beat out 16 other projects in the global competition for this award. The
project partners include CleanWorld, the City of Sacramento, Atlas ReFuel, Clean Energy Fuels,
Cornerstone, BioCNGTM, and Unison Solutions, Inc.

CleanWorld CEO Michele Wong receiving the Project of the Year award!

CleanWorld CEO Michele Wong receiving the Project of the Year award!

In addition to the International Bioenergy Project of the Year award, the Sacramento BioDigester was awarded the 2013 Energy Vision Green Leadership Award. This award was presented during the 2013 Energy Vision Leadership Awards ceremony on November 22, 2013, in New York City, NY.  The Sacramento BioDigester in Sacramento, CA converts 25 tons of food waste per day into various forms of renewable energy including heat, electricity, and natural gas. After the completion of Phase II, the facility will produce 700,000 diesel gallons equivalent per year of renewable CNG and prevent the release of 18,000 tons of CO2. According to Dave Broihahn, PE, co‐owner of Unison, “This technology is an example of the biogas treatment systems we have been providing to the renewable energy market for many years and will allow our customers to offset the rising cost of electricity, gasoline, and diesel
fuel.”

This advancing technology also benefits the environment as methane is naturally formed in landfills.
According to the U.S. EPA, it is estimated that more than 50 percent of global methane emissions are
due to human‐related activities such as landfills and digesters. “The biogas treatment systems allow our
customers to maximize the benefit of utilizing the biogas created by their wastewater treatment
facilities and landfills” said Jan Scott, co‐owner of Unison.

For more information, please contact Unison Solutions, Inc. at 563‐585‐0967.