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Michigan-based utility Consumers Energy is sponsoring a forum to provide information to anyone interested in a new program to sell electricity produced by anaerobic digesters.

According to Consumers Energy, the "2013 Forum on Anaerobic Digester Production of Energy: New Opportunities for Projects in Michigan" is being hosted by Michigan State University and will take place Nov. 26 at the Okemos Conference Center. Registration is open until Nov. 20.

Consumers Energy notes that anaerobic digesters generate electricity with biodegradable material.


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