Tenaska’s Heartland Greenway project hopes to sequester carbon 5,200 feet below ground.
Director of project development for Tenaska Monte Ten Klay says that this project is beneficial for all.
Ten Kley describes Heartland Greenway as a multi-state carbon storage project that could aid farmer’s in the long-term.
Specifically, the carbon storage could be used to aid ethanol.
Ten Kley invites you to reach out to Tenaska if you have any questions or concerns about Heartland Greenway or carbon sequestration and storage.
Learn more at Heartlandgreenway.com.
Ten Kley appeared as a guest on the WTIM Morning Show.