Dynamic is comprised of a team of professionals with over 75 years of combined experience in project development, engineering, project management, financial analysis and operations. Dynamic has successfully designed, build, repaired, managed, operated, and hired for a multitude of digesters around the county. 

Dynamic Historical Timeline

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2006

The owners worked on the Crave Brothers Farm project together before Dynamic was officially founded.

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2007

The owners worked on industrial water waste projects together including mechanical, automation, and instrumentation upgrades before Dynamic was officially founded.

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2008

The owners worked on the Crave Brothers Farm expansion project together before Dynamic was officially founded.

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2010

The Owners worked on multiple projects in Wisconsin and Ohio together before Dynamic was officially founded.

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2011

Dynamic officially became a company, this is also when the owners founded the subsidiary company US Biogas.

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2014

The subsidiary Dynamic Systems Management was founded.

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2016

The subsidiary Dynamic Concepts was founded.

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2018

The subsidiary National Organics, and BC Organics was founded.

State of Wisconsin
Project Grant Awards 

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2010

Dane County awarded a $3.3M grant for the Dane County Community Digester project to develop a facility that would reduce phosphorus runoff in the Yahara watershed.

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2013

Dane County awarded a $3.3M grant for the GL Dairy Biogas project to develop a community digester facility that would reduce phosphorus runoff in the Yahara watershed.

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2017

The state of WI awarded a $15M grant to Dynamic for the BC Organics project to develop a community digester facility that would reduce phosphorus runoff in the Fox River.

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2016

The state of WI awarded a $50K grant for the Kewaunee County project to perform a feasibility study to determine energy production, nutrient concentration, and the creation of clean water.