Landfill Gas Heats Up Entire French Town
Credit: LauraGilchrist4
June 17, 2014

Via Clean Technica:

The French town of Plessis-Gassot got bragging rights to the biggest and most powerful landfill gas power plant in France earlier this week, when officials pulled the switch on the new 17.3 MW “Electr’od” cogeneration plant at the local landfill. Plessis-Gassot also became the first town in France to host enough landfill gas power to provide heating for its homes and public buildings.

For the record, the electricity is going into the national grid. However, as host of the new landfill gas power plant, the town expects its heating bills to fall by 92 percent.

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