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Growing Power Hairy Hills Biorefinery, Biomass, in Vegreville, Alberta(113 images)

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  • A tractor dumps manure into the biorefinery. Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com...
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • A tractor dumps manure into the biorefinery. Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com...
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  • A tractor dumps manure into the biorefinery. Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com...
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Trevor Nickel, assistant GM of commercialization with Highmark Renewables looks over some documents at Highland Feeders. Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Bern Kotelko speaks with Trevor Nickel, assistant GM of commercialization with Highmark Renewables at an office near the biorefinery at Highland Feeders. Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • A technician monitors computers at an office near the biorefinery at Highland Feeders. Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • The domes of the digesters of the biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hill, at Highland Feeders. Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Bern Kotelko poses for a photo in front of the digesters of the biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hill, at Highland Feeders. Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko stands inside one of the new digesters during a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko stands inside one of the new digesters during a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko stands inside one of the new digesters during a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko stands inside one of the new digesters during a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko gives a tour of Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com...
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  • Pen rider, Carmen Frocklage-Lutzak, inspects the cattle at Highland Feeders, near Vegreville, Alberta on February 3, 2010. Bern Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 36, 000 cattle feedlot and a biorefinery, called Growing Power Hairy Hills. When their second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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  • Alberta feedlot operator Bern Kotelko is building a biorefinery that will turn manure into energy near Vegreville, Alberta home on February 3, 2010. Kotelko and his brother Mike Kotelko run this 33, 000 cattle feedlot and says that once the second biorefinery is up and running they will be able to put 5 megawatts of energy back into the grid. Jimmy Jeong / www.jimmyshoots.com
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