Utility-Scale Solutions

Founded in 2013, CleanBay Renewables harnesses science, technology and economics to tilt the balance back in favor of nature, while protecting the agricultural sector that provides a vital service to humanity.

Diverse Revenue Models

Not only will our facilities benefit our farmers and local communities, but our business partners will also benefit from our diverse revenue stream. 

Chicken icon with arrows pointing to different aspects of the revenue stream.

Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) 

  • Offtake for 100% RNG and environmental attributes 
  • Low Carbon Fuel Standard & Renewable Identification Numbers 
  • Combination of fixed floor and index revenue 

Slow-Release Fertilizer

  • Diversified revenue stream
  • Contracted and merchant
  • Potential for additional value add
Diverse Revenue Model chart depicting 70% RNG and Env; 20% Fertilizer and 10% merchant.

Development Strategy

CleanBay Renewables proposes to develop 30 utility-scale facilities to process agricultural waste across North America and further afield in due course, typically in groups of three to six. Our facility design is purposely scaled to be large enough to process meaningful quantities of waste, but small enough to fit unobtrusively in the physical landscape of the agricultural sector. 

Development Partners


Our farmers provide the keystone to our process, the chicken litter. And, in return, our solution enables farmers to produce food at a scale that supports world demand, while decreasing their waste and the negative effects on their environment.  


CleanBay Renewables is committed to being a good neighbor in the communities where we live, work, and operate. We prioritize hiring locally, participating in community events, and supporting local agricultural, environmental, educational, and community development causes. 

Each of our facilities will require between 10 and 15 full-time employees. This does not include the construction jobs that will be provided during startup. We are partnering with several job-training organizations to help further develop workers who can potentially fill these positions. 

Houses and boats along the Annapolis riverfront from above
A dark brown, light brown and yellow chicken in a walkway surrounded by greenery.
Large harvester tractor going through field of wheat at sunset.