Winemaker Inniskillin Decides To Make Clean Power From Grapes

The Canadian award winning winemaker, Inniskillin, has teamed with alternative energy firm StormFisher Biogas to use leftover grapes from wine production to make clean power. The 1,000 to 2,000 tons of grape skins and seeds normally transported to a landfill will now be recycled into a fuel by capturing methane gas that is normally produced upon decomposition.

StormFisher has the experience to produce clean energy from foods by processing byproducts in industrial tanks.

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