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Environmental Leader Q&A Podcast: The Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant in Los Angeles

In late November, Constellation Energy began construction of a 25 MW cogeneration plant at the Hyperion treatment facility in Los Angeles, which is the largest waste treatment plant west of the Mississippi River. The cogeneration plant will capture the methane produced by the waste to drive a turbine. The turbine will create power and steam. The power will run plant and the steam will drive the gas digestion process.

Energy Manager Today’s Carl Weinschenk had the opportunity to speak with Gary Fromer, Constellation’s Senior Vice President of Distributed Energy.

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One thought on “Environmental Leader Q&A Podcast: The Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant in Los Angeles

  1. Imagine how much fossil fuels the US would consume it every waste treatment plant/facility in the country utilized the methane produced by the waste. Why the Department of Energy is not going full throttle on pushing this idea down the throats of waste treatment plant owners I don’t know.

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