See GNA’s excellent article in Advanced Clean Transportation News on Why Biogas is Critical to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Transportation Sector.
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The California Department of Food and Agriculture has just announced the recipients of $69.9 million in Cap & Trade revenues for 40 dairy digester projects that will help to reduce the state’s largest source of methane emissions.
CalBio and Land O’Lakes have launched a first-of-its-kind collaboration to support the financing, installation and management of on-farm methane digesters to generate biogas that will be used as a carbon negative transportation fuel.
The California Council on Science and Technology has released a report recommending that the CPUC revise some of the pipeline biogas standards, which the CPUC must act on before the end of the year.
The Governor and Legislature have agreed on an Investment Plan for $1.4 billion in Cap & Trade auction revenues, which includes several categories related to bioenergy, including dairy digesters, organic waste diversion, biofuels production, forest health, and R&D.
In March, the CPUC adopted a Resolution ordering the utilities to continue BioMAT procurement, including contract execution.
See BAC’s Comments on proposed changes to the LCFS program that would have major impacts on biomethane production and use in California.
In March, the California Air Resources Board proposed major changes to the Low Carbon Fuel Standard that will impact biomethane development instate.
BAC filed joint comments with the California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Placer County Air District, and Aries Clean Energy, in support of Phoenix Energy’s motion to compel PG&E to continue to execute BioMAT contracts.
On December 15, the CPUC ordered PG&E to continue BioMAT procurement.