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Smithfield Foods expands biogas projects

Smithfield Foods, Inc. announced it will implement “manure-to-energy” projects across 90% of the company’s hog finishing spaces in North Carolina and Utah, and nearly all similar facilities in Missouri, over the next 10 years. These biogas projects are among a series of steps annou Read More...

Smithfield Foods harnesses hog power

Smithfield Foods, Inc. and Dominion Energy announced a joint venture called Align Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)℠ that will capture methane emissions from hog farms and convert them into clean renewable energy for residential home heating and power for local businesses and supporting state green Read More...

Smithfield Foods expands renewable natural gas investment

Smithfield Foods announced Oct. 23 that their partnership with Dominion Energy to invest in renewable natural gas projects across the U.S. is doubling its investment to $500 million through 2028.The joint venture, Align Renewable Natural Gas, will be expanding from its projects in North Carolina, Vi Read More...

Smithfield Foods to supply Duke Energy with RNG from manufacturing

Smithfield Foods entered into a partnership with a local utility to produce renewable natural gas from the wastewater treatment system at their Tar Heel, N.C., pork processing facility, which will then be used to power the local area.The commercial food manufacturer joined forces with Duke Energy an Read More...

Smithfield Foods launches RNG project with Utah hog farmers

Smithfield Foods announced Dec. 9 its first renewable natural gas project through a joint venture with Dominion Energy in southwestern Utah.The Align Renewable Natural Gas project is the first large-scale effort in Utah focusing on capturing methane from hog farming operations and converting it into Read More...

New wind will give energy to Walmart, Smithfield Foods, Starbucks

A 303 MW wind farm that will provide clean energy to Walmart, Smithfield Foods and Starbucks is now operational in southern Oklahoma.The Diamond Spring wind project, owned by ALLETE Clean Energy, is contracted to provide power to the three corporate offtakers through separate agreements with 12-15 y Read More...

Smithfield Foods Targets 30% Cut to Supply Chain Emissions

Smithfield Foods committed June 2 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across its entire domestic supply chain 30% by 2030.This new target follows a previous commitment to reduce emissions in the food company’s supply chain 25% by 2025 in pursuit of its larger goal to become carbon negative in a Read More...

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