Earth By Design has consulted on and developed dozens of projects from small to large scale facilities, helping to build a more stable, renewable energy infrastructure for our future.
Current Renewable Energy and Environmental Projects
45 Mile Project: In the Spring of 2015, Earth By Design successfully commissioned the 45 Mile Hydroelectric Project in Central Oregon. The project is a 2.999 MW, Run-Of-Canal hydropower facility constructed along the North Unit Main Canal. EBD performed the feasibility, due diligence, permitting, building, and licensing for this project. The success of the 45 Mile Project highlights EBD's efficiency and ability to build new, renewable energy projects in a climate littered with obstacles ranging from environmental mitigation to complex, unforeseen issues.
Wyoming Conservation: In 2013, EBD completed a highly successful, proprietary anaerobic digestion technology study with the Wyoming Conservation innovation Grant, demonstrating the socioeconomic and envioronmental benefits of anaerobic digestion for farm mortalities and bio-waste.
Irrigation and Reservoir Storage: Earth By Design is currently working on the environmental and energy feasibility studies for multiple projects through the United States.
50 MW Solar: Earth By Design has filed the first FERC application on a 50 MW solar farm in Central Oregon. We are currently planning over 200 MW solar in the region and actively looking for both cash and tax equity investors. The 50 MW project is a single-axis tracking with a first year's production estimation of over 129 million kWh. This project is on flat ground, near high-powered transmission lines, and the land rights and some of the preliminary work is completed.
We are also working on a 2.75 MW hydroelectric plant in the Pacific Northwest.
USDA Approved Export Verification Program for Beef Sales: As part of our efforts to help improve our environment, with the recent lifting of restrictions in the beef industry, Earth By Design is using its agricultural operations to pursue opporunities for qualifying local beef, under the USDA EV China Program, to help build strong relationships with our Oregon-China sister nations, improve U.S.-China economic relationships, and stabilize the nation's food supply in the battle against hunger.
Clean Water Export: In addition to our efforts to help stabilize world-wide hunger and health, we have secured the rights to millions of gallons of clean, spring-sourced drinking water for both the national and international stage. As the world's access to clean water continues to decline with plenty of clean drinking water still available, it's our hopes to rebuild our environment and the people of our planet, together.
It's our mission to help stabilize our planet's environment by providing clean food, water, and air through renewable resources and environmental sustainability. However, we cannot do this alone. We are actively looking for partners and/or investors who can come together for a profitable and worthwhile cause.