According to a Nov. 18 report from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, California renewable fuels tech firm Agra Energy has partnered with University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to help one Wisconsin farmer convert his methane into diesel fuel.

As part of a $20 million project, Dairyland Farmers in New Franken, Wis., could become the first farm in America to turn its methane into diesel that can be used in diesel-powered equipment without modification. Starting in 2023, the farm is expected to produce 750,000 gallons of fuel annually.

The university has been working with Agra Energy to turn farm waste into liquid fuels since 2017.

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