AGRA ENERGY NEWS & MEDIA

The start-up has started
The launch is at hand
The news will be coming
As fast as it can!

From the hard work and R&D that’s been accomplished, AGRA Energy looks forward to 2020 to bring forth much progress in our Business and Field Operations.

And remember … always strive to reduce your “carbon hoof-print!”

AGRA ENERGY GIVES BACK

AGRA Energy’s commitment to progress, innovation and renewable energy extends beyond business to the very communities that we engage. We want to inspire. We want to lead. We want to transform.

With that mission, we believe that knowledge is the key to understanding. It will motivate big changes in the ways people use energy. It can help alleviate the impact we are having on our planet.

As a team, we are committed to educating, encouraging and empowering people of all ages to learn about energy so we can all make smart choices for our communities and the environment!

One of AGRA Energy’s first partners in this initiative is the Boys & Girls Clubs of Carson in Los Angeles County, California.

SOUTHERN RESEARCH LICENSES TECHNOLOGY TO AGRA FOR ‘WASTE-TO-ENERGY’ PROJECT

AGRA Energy’s commitment to progress, innovation and renewable energy extends beyond business to the very communities that we engage. We want to inspire. We want to lead. We want to transform.

Waste from cities, restaurants and farms across the nation presents a problem because of resulting greenhouse gas emissions, but innovative technology developed by Southern Research could soon help address environmental concerns and spark investment that supports dynamic change.

Under a licensing deal that is the first of its kind, Southern Research’s Energy & Environment (E&E) division is providing an Irvine, California-based company with patented technology and specialized equipment for a “waste-to-energy” project.

Agriculture is a key marketspace for Agra Energy Corp. By partnering with dairy farmers across the nation, Agra Energy intends to use an advanced chemical-conversion process developed by Southern Research scientists to turn cow manure into clean, renewable fuels conventionally produced from crude oil.

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