ReGenerate co-develops locally-owned biogas plants, whether it’s owned by 1 person or 1,000, creating more integrated waste, energy, and food systems. The company was launched in 2009 as a biogas development company focused on local ownership models. Our specialty is developing biogas plants with as much local capital and organic waste as possible, maximizing the economic and environmental benefits to the community.
Daniel holds a Bachelor of Commerce from McMaster University with a focus on Finance and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). He spent the first 5 years of his career as an Energy and Utilities Analyst, focusing on credit quality and overall sustainability, before following his passions around renewable energy and sustainable waste management with the creation of ReGenerate Biogas Inc.
“I’m a stakeholder capitalist, obsessed with waste and energy, driven to create local economic development opportunities.”
Stephen Sauder holds an M.Sc. in Integrated Water Resource Management from McGill University’s Bioresource Engineering department. Prior to this he worked as an Emergency Management Advisor for the Ontario provincial government while earning his MA at York University in Disaster and Emergency Management. His research focused geo-spatial data, water technology, cost recovery infrastructure, and clean energy.
“I’m passionate about improving how the world utilizes waste. ReGenerate allows me to leverage my strong research, analytical, and communication skills by developing sustainable solutions to waste management challenges.”