“For the $35 million project, Zacharski said cash flow will turn positive in about four years. It is expected to result in a savings to JBER of $32 million in power costs over the initial contract period and $73.6 million over the potential life of the project, and the municipality will annually take in $1 million from gas sales, nearly $52 million over the life of the project.”
“In general, this has been a very successful project,” Zacharski adds. “It utilizes waste gas that was being flared, producing no value to anyone, to increase Doyon’s, the municipality’s and the Air Force’s bottom line.”
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