Solar C³ities is an international platform with the intention of providing an open-source virtual Hackspace for "Biogas Innoventors and Practitioners" and training for all  those researching, developing and deploying sustainable solutions for flourishing societies.


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TH Culhane, Co-founder of Solar C³ITIES, talks about Homescale-Biogas and explains why your support makes a difference.

Solar C³ITIES Projects

Solar C³ities works around the globe "connecting community catalysts integrating technologies for industrial ecology solutions".  We run our own projects and we work on other organization's projects, creating synergies and shepherding symbiosis.   We specialize in the nexus between Natural and Industrial Ecology, looking...

At the Rosebud Continuum, working with students from Professor Thomas Culhane's Food/Energy/Water Nexus class and the great crew of the Bishop Construction Company lead by Ervin Sonny Bishop, Brian Bishop and Maryann Bishop, we completed Florida's second Puxin 10m3 digester, next to the first one we had built above ground, called the Solar CITIES dragon,  several months prior.

Basement Biodigester in Lake Traverse Indian Reservation

Solar CITIES Inc. and Home Biogas  stand with our First Nations brothers and sisters at Standing Rock and with all  indigenous and other oppressed, marginalized or hegemon-impacted people around the world who want to reclaim sovereignty and self sufficiency.  After our Thanksgiving trip to Oceti Sakowin, Rosebud and Sacred Stone camps at Standing Rock, Solar CITIES board directors T.H.

Florida now has a 10m3 Puxin, our 5th build in the USA.

Dr. Thomas H. Culhane, professor of sustainability at the Patel College at USF is now running this Israel HimeBiogas unit for student demonstrations, connected to a backyard barbecue. It was innoculated with RidX and other commercial septic powders from Home Depot (4 boxes) and took five weeks to start making gas. It is fed on grass clippings and food waste.

Using a metal plate, 40 1inch screws and RTV sealant we turned a 1000 gallon water tank into a Digester.. Everything else is the same as with our signature IBC digesters only bigger.

Photo: Using a metal plate, 40 1inch screws and RTV sealant we turned a 1000 gallon water tank into a Digester.. Everything else is the same as with our signature IBC digesters only bigger.

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