Holdings acquires Connecticut tire-to-energy facility
ReEnergy Holdings has completed the acquisition
of the Exeter Tire-to-Energy Facility located in Sterling CT.
The facility had been owned by a subsidiary of CMS Enterprises,
based in Jackson Michigan. The 31 MW facility, continuously operated
since 1991, is fueled with chipped and whole tires. The facility
will be known as the Sterling Energy Facility.
In a related development, ReEnergy announced
that Scott Hersey has joined ReEnergy Holdings LLC as a capital
projects manager. Hersey will be responsible for managing capital
investment programs for ReEnergy’s power plant operations. Prior
to joining ReEnergy, Hersey was the business development director
at Fastco Corporation where he provided project development and
technical support services to various organizations. Before joining
Fastco, Hersey worked with Greenville Steam Company for a number
of years, where he managed that biomass-to-energy facility.