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Clean energy from cow waste wins award

Clean energy from cow waste wins award

By Blake Jackson

Faith Technologies Incorporated (FTI), a leader in engineering, construction, and clean energy, has been recognized for its innovative work with a Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork™ Sustainability Award. Rockwell Automation is a global leader in industrial automation and digital transformation solutions.

FTI's award-winning project involved a digester facility in Dane County, Wisconsin. This facility harnesses the collective manure from over 4,000 cows to produce renewable natural gas (RNG). FTI's expertise in industrial automation played a key role in capturing and processing the biogas into clean-burning RNG.

This RNG replaces fossil fuels, significantly reducing emissions. The project injects the RNG into a pipeline near Madison, Wisconsin, resulting in a reduction of over 13,500 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent annually.

"We're honored to receive this Sustainability Award," said Wade Leipold, FTI's Executive Vice President. "By combining our automation expertise with Rockwell Automation's global reach, we deliver innovative solutions that meet our clients' needs."

The Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork Innovation Awards recognize outstanding achievements in utilizing technology to create transformative solutions. FTI's project exemplifies this spirit of innovation, addressing environmental concerns while driving business success.

"Our PartnerNetwork brings together best-in-class partners like FTI," said Don Shoemaker, a regional vice president at Rockwell Automation. "These partnerships enable a holistic approach to business transformation, boosting productivity and fostering positive environmental impact for our customers."

FTI prioritizes balancing resource efficiency with environmentally sustainable business practices. This award win highlights their commitment to developing clean energy solutions and fostering a greener future.

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