25x'25 Vision: By 2025, America's farms, forests and ranches will provide 25 percent of the total energy consumed in the United States, while continuing to produce safe, abundant, and affordable food, feed and fiber.


The 25x'25 Alliance
Since its origins in 2004, 25x’25 has emerged as one of the foremost renewable energy advocacy campaigns operating in the country today.  Read More

Progress on the way to 25x’25

The renewable energy sector has been the fastest growing domestic energy sector over the past decade. In fact, renewable energy sources – biomass and biofuels, geothermal energy, solar power, wind energy and hydropower – provided a record 12.25 percent of U.S. energy production during the first six months of 2011, and exceeded nuclear power production during that year’s first quarter. 
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The 25x’25 Alliance has helped shape laws and rules that are changing the energy landscape and creating new opportunities for farmers, ranchers and foresters to help our  nation reduce our reliance on imported oil and harness clean energy solutions from the land.  Read More

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  The American Biogas Council announced its 2016 Biogas Industry Awardees last week in Orlando Florida. The winner of the Agricultural Project of the Year was Real Farm Power from Hadley, MA . This partnership has scaled digester technology to smaller dairy farms creating heat, valuable soil amendments and farm-generated electricity as well as a way to recycle local food waste from Whole Foods and Agri-Mark's West Springfield facility.

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 Target was named the top corporate solar installer in the U.S. in a report released by the Solar Energy Industries Association . Target currently has 147.5 megawatts of installed solar capacity. John Leisen, VP of property management at Target reported, "At Target, sustainability is a principle that drives the decisions we make across the company - from the products we make to the way we run our business...Our commitment to installing solar panels on 500 stores and distribution centers by 2020 is evidence of that progress."
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