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Hestia Home Biogas

100% natural, clean burning renewable energy for your home or business.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Industrial/Energy
  • Location Eugene, OR, US
  • Currency USD
  • Founded May 2014
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Hestia Home Biogas is America’s first and the world leader in on-site biogas production for renewable energy generation and waste management. Biogas is a flammable gas produced during the natural decomposition of organic waste in an airtight environment. Biogas is virtually identical to the fossil natural gas used in millions of American homes, only it can be produced every day from virtually inexhaustible, local organic wastes.


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    Warren Weisman
    Founder, CEO

    Internationally recognized expert on biogas and anaerobic digestion. 25 years experience as a builder, heavy equipment mechanic and power plant operator. Warren has written articles about biogas for Renewable Energy World, Post Carbon Institute Energy Bulletin, Permaculture Magazine and The Energy Collective.

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    David Rasmussen
    Founder, COO

    Co-founder & COO David Rasmussen brings 22 years of mechanical and residential and commercial building experience to Hestia Home Biogas. He is an ASE certified mechanic with extensive municipal wastewater construction experience. David oversees biogas projects downstream of the first gas shut-off valve, including plumbing and piping, converting engines or appliances.

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    Thomas Culhane, Ph.D.

    National Geographic Explorer Thomas Culhane is a professor at Mercy College in New York City. He earned his BS with honors in biological anthropology from Harvard. Ph.D. from University of California, Los Angeles.

    Professor Culhane installed the UN's first biogas digester in the UN compound in Baghdad's Green Zone in 2013.

Previous Investors

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    Miri Gordon
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    Dagan Price
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    Thomas Culhane, Ph.D.