If we converted our sewage plants to produce methane could we power electric generators in each town?
Answer by johnbntexas
if it was cost effective we would have done so
lots of ideas sound great until you research the infrastructure and operating cost - and the volume of methane required is also a factor that makes this impractical
for the naysayers below - what research have you actually done - this was first researched in the 1970's and no one has found it feasible in over 30 years !
AS FOR THE LINK - CHECK COST PER KILOWATT ( if it's not there -guess why ! )
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