Mountain View Power (MVP) wishes to thank the following individuals who made a significant contribution to the study results (alphabetical). Sot Chimonas, Hyperion Energy, for expanding the project team’s understanding of anaerobic digestion technology, system costs, and possibilities for the pilot project. Jack Crider, Port of Tillamook Bay, for hosting our visit to the Methane Energy and Agricultural Development (MEAD) facility in Tillamook, OR and providing information regarding their technology and project. John Crockett, Idaho Department of Water Resources, for offering his previous work with the dairies, system vendors, and agencies to promote anaerobic digestion technologies. Mike Field, US Department of Agriculture-Rural Development, for his support and partially funding the project. Fred M. Kitchener, McFarland Management, LLC, for serving as Project Manager for this study under a subcontract to MVP. Dan McAlister, Intermountain Gas Company, for his support of the project and providing essential information related to location and availability of natural gas assets. Mike McGown and Martin Bauer, Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, for providing information to the project team regarding the environmental issues surrounding the diary industry. Jerry Miller, Idaho Department of Commerce, for acting as the contract administrator for the study. Bob Naerebout, Executive Director – Idaho Dairymen’s Association, for his support and partially funding the project. Tom Osborn, Bonneville Power Administration, for acting as the client Project Manager and partially funding the project
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