Killington's K-1 Gondola to be Powered by... Cow Manure?

18th October 2012 | Donny O'Neill

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Killington's K-1 Gondola will use Cow Power in 2012/2013. Photo by Chandler Burgess/Killington Resort

Killington's K-1 Gondola will use Cow Power in 2012/2013. Photo by Chandler Burgess/Killington Resort

Killington's K-1 Gondola will use Cow Power in 2012/2013. Photo by Chandler Burgess/Killington Resort
 Cows from Blue Spruce Farm in Vermont. Photo courtesy Green Mountain Power.

Cows from Blue Spruce Farm in Vermont. Photo courtesy Green Mountain Power.

 Cows from Blue Spruce Farm in Vermont. Photo courtesy Green Mountain Power.
 After manure has been in the digester for 21 days, the gas, solids and liquids are separated. This image is the final product of the bedding (or solids from the manure). Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.

After manure has been in the digester for 21 days, the gas, solids and liquids are separated. This image is the final product of the bedding (or solids from the manure). Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.

 After manure has been in the digester for 21 days, the gas, solids and liquids are separated. This image is the final product of the bedding (or solids from the manure). Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.
Blue Spruce Farms’ Engine. Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.

Blue Spruce Farms’ Engine. Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.

Blue Spruce Farms’ Engine. Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.
 Layout of Cow Power at the Blue Spruce Farm. Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.

Layout of Cow Power at the Blue Spruce Farm. Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.

 Layout of Cow Power at the Blue Spruce Farm. Photo courtesy of Green Mountain Power.

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