The California Energy Commission has adopted the 2019-2020 Clean Transportation Funding Program, cutting biofuels funding in half but focusing it on waste-based fuels and renewable hydrogen.
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The California Legislative Analyst’s Office has released an assessment of the state’s climate programs, including a detailed study of the effectiveness of the state’s transportation programs which found that investments in heavy duty vehicles are the only ones providing measurable reductions in climate pollution.
Environmental Law News has Published an Article on the Importance of Bioenergy in California.
BAC provided written comments on CalRecycle’s proposed regulations to meet the organic waste diversion requirements of SB 1383.
CalRecycle has issued draft regulations to achieve the organic waste diversion requirements of SB 1383 (Lara, 2016).
Several BAC members have received Wood Innovation Grants from the U.S. Forest Service to develop small-scale bioenergy projects using forest waste from wildfire reduction and forest restoration projects.
BAC member CLERE, Inc. has released a user friendly guide to the small-scale bioenergy program known as the BioMAT.
BAC and the California Association of Sanitation Agencies filed joint comments on the CPUC’s Proposed Decision on pipeline biogas standards.
The CPUC has proposed revising the BTU and siloxanes standards for pipeline biogas, based on recommendations from the California Council on Science and Technology.
See BAC’s Reply Comments on the CPUC’s BioMAT Staff Proposal.