NEW YORK, NY (October 2, 2014) — Peter V.K. Funk, Jr. gave a presentation at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) in Washington, D.C., on the topic, "Anatomy of an Animal Waste Renewable Biogas Project."
His talk focused on the structuring and implementation of a biogas project and its financial and environmental considerations. He gave an overview of the necessary elements of the project from the dairy farms, anaerobic digesters and utility transportation systems to financing considerations (including incentives), environmental issues, engineering and design and essential contractual interrelationships between all the parties. His proceedings submission is presented here.
Peter Funk is an energy attorney whose renewable and alternative energy practice encompasses comprehensive handling of renewable energy, cogeneration and energy conservation projects. Engagements have included private and public on-site cogeneration, metering, renewable energy conservation measures, energy management and data centers as well as solar, biomass and biogas installations and waste-to-energy.
Funk is co-founder of the energy law boutique Funk & Zeifer LLP based in New York City.
The World Energy Engineering Congress is presented by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). The Association's more than 16,000 members include energy engineering and management professionals from throughout the U.S., as well as over 80 nations abroad.