ORANGE COUNTY, Calif.--()--Broadrock Renewables LLC:
|WHAT||Broadrock Renewables LLC, in partnership with the County of Orange, will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the inauguration of the new landfill gas-to-energy generating facility at the County’s Olinda Alpha Landfill in Brea, California. The new facility is among the largest and most efficient plants of its type in the United States, and increases the total renewable energy generating capacity installed at the Olinda Alpha Landfill to 37.8 MW.|
|WHO||Speakers will include:|
- Randy Holmes, CEO, Broadrock Renewables LLC
- John M. W. Moorlach, Chairman, Orange County Board of Supervisors
- Paul Mitchener, Managing Director, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets
- Frank DiCola, President, DCO Energy LLC
|WHEN||Friday, October 19th, 11:00 a.m. PST|
|WHERE||Olinda Alpha Landfill, Brea, California|
|CA – 57 Freeway to Lambert Road (exit 10). East on Lambert Road to Valencia Avenue. Left on Valencia Avenue to Olinda Alpha Landfill. Once at Landfill, follow signs to Ribbon Cutting.|
About Broadrock Renewables LLC
Broadrock Renewables was founded in 2010 and is a portfolio company of the Macquarie Infrastructure Partners II. The members of Broadrock’s senior management team have decades of experience in diverse aspects of the energy industry across a wide range of renewable energy and other technologies. Broadrock Renewables LLC‘s portfolio of projects currently consists of landfill gas fueled electricity generating facilities at the Olinda Alpha Landfill, as well as a similar landfill gas project in Rhode Island that is currently under construction.
About Orange County’s OC Waste & Recycling
OC Waste & Recycling manages one of the nation’s premiere solid waste disposal systems serving 34 cities and over three million residents. On behalf of local residents and businesses, OC Waste & Recycling has developed a solid waste management system composed of a network of three active landfills and four household hazardous waste collection centers. Landfill gas-to-energy projects at the County’s facilities currently produce 51.8 megawatts of electrical power with another 23 MW under development.
About the City of Anaheim
Anaheim Public Utilities is Orange County's only publicly owned water and electric utility. For more than 100 years, Anaheim Public Utilities has served Anaheim its customers providing high quality, economical electric and water utility services with some of lowest rates in the County. We offer over 40 programs, providing incentives and rebates to help Anaheim residents, businesses, schools, and developers become more energy-efficient and water-conscious.
About Macquarie Infrastructure Partners
Macquarie Infrastructure Partners Inc. is a member of the Macquarie Group of companies and manages the unlisted Macquarie Infrastructure Partners (MIP) and Macquarie Infrastructure Partners II (MIP II) funds. MIP and MIP II have combined equity under management of over $5.5 billion committed to infrastructure investments in North America. MIP and MIP II have ownership interests in a diversified portfolio of businesses, including toll roads, bridges, utilities, ports, telecommunications infrastructure and waste management.
About DCO Energy, LLC
DCO Energy, LLC is an independent energy development company specializing in the development, engineering, construction, start up, commissioning, operation, maintenance and management, as well as, ownership of Central Energy Centers (CEC), Renewable Energy projects and Combined Heat, Chilling and Power (CHCP) Production Facilities. DCO was formed over a decade ago with a core team of energy experts. DCO Energy's mechanical, electrical controls, structural engineers and system experts are among the best in the business. Collectively, DCO team members have been independently developing projects or have developed and operated approximately 275 MW of electric, 400 MMBtu/hr of Heat Recovery, 1,500 MMBtu/hr of Boiler Capacity and 130,000 tons of Chilled Water Capacity of energy producing facilities totaling over $1 billion dollars of assets.