Brian Zoeller Discusses New Louisville Anaerobic Digester in The Courier-Journal
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Brian D. Zoeller discussed Kentucky’s first anaerobic digester that will deliver renewable natural gas to the pipeline system in The Courier Journal. Nature’s Methane LLC was granted preliminary state approval to receive tax incentives of up to $2.1 million for the $27.3 million facility that will be a key component of the proposed West Louisville Food Hub.
“The company appreciates the granting of the award,” said Zoeller, who serves as the attorney for Jefferson AD I, LLC, the local subsidiary of Nature’s Methane. “It puts the project on a more solid financial footing.”
Expected to break ground in the first half of next year, the Nature’s Methane anaerobic digester is set to occupy approximately six of the Food Hub’s 24 acres. The plant would be the first in the state to produce methane gas sold back to the utility grid from composted waste. The project qualifies for tax incentives via the Incentives for Energy Independence Act, a state law that provides incentives for innovative energy related business.
You can read the full article, “State’s First Methane Power Plant Gets Tax Aid”, on The Courier Journal website.