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About WATER and Peggy Korth

Peggy Korth, president of WATER, has made four timely presentations at the New World Biomass in Albuquerque, beginning Earth Day 2008.  She has also self-published several books on the issue of conversion of biomass to ethanol and other bio-energy business issues. Purchase of any of the books using the order form provided will go to directly to education and outreach. Our organization is a non-profit, 501(c)3.

For more information about the presentations as well as innovations in technological application from associated manufacturers contact Peggy at

Summaries of the information presented at the New World Biomass conference:

Small Scale Energy and Fuel Production for Farmers

Grassroots biofuels production supports a tremendous opportunity for self-sustaining practices by farmers and communities merging cooperative interests for production networks, rural economic development, and community well-being. Access to processing basic energy requirements frees fundamental providers from political and economic restraints revolving around energy availability. Well designed, cost effective biofuels facilities are available to address looming energy deficits. Learn how here.

Alternate Energy Crop Efficiencies for On-Farm Funding

Expand your vision for practical energy crop potential.  Serious studies qualify for on-farm grants in regional locations.  Learn to address essential elements of on-farm grant application as applied to your potential.  Develop a reasonable plan combined with additional benefits such as remediation in a cattail/ ethanol and clean-water project.  With or without funding support, a plan is important to foresight.

How to Implement a Community Feasibility Study and Data Collection Basics

Small commercial biofuels systems target farmer and community needs.  Feasibility establishes production parameters, growth projections, and financial support information.   Realistic planning considers feedstock availability, production capabilities, automation benefits, distribution, and value-added co-products.  Data collection addresses permitting, compliance, safety, metering verification, and cost control’s monitoring.  Learn the basics for personal business plan development assuring success for establishing your biofuels production plant.

Books of Interest by Peggy G. Korth

Bioenergy Terms Glossary—An in-depth compilation of industry terms for biofuels, biomass energy, and electrical generation

‘Small Scale Biofuels Production: Vol. 1, Cattails to Ethanol—A comprehensive selection of scientific papers, related narratives, pilot project study and related documents to address cattail fuel ethanol production and small flow remediation.

Small Scale Biofuels Production: Vol. 2—Bioenergy Business—The only Education, Outreach, and Training guidebook for small scale bioenergy business visits performance standards, protocol, learning objectives, and other educationally related information that can be an integral part of building your company specific Standard Operating Procedure or grant funding submission. The sections that address building your business plan and writing grants offers a comprehensive overview of common criteria.


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