BAC and TSS Consultants article on how forest biomass to energy can improve forest health, cut pollution, protect water supplies and provide renewable energy.
BAC and its members helped to pass several new laws to boost bioenergy production and use, increase incentives and remove regulatory hurdles. Along with new climate change laws, these will quickly accelerate bioenergy development in California.
Editorial on why the CPUC needs to move more quickly to develop forest biomass projects to meet the Governor's Emergency Order.
The California Department of Forests and Fire just released a new estimate of dead trees in the Southern Sierras. In just the past year, the number of dead trees has increased from 29 million to more than 66 million.
Tom Price of All Power Labs talks about carbon negative energy from gasification of organic waste.
George Minter, Senior VP of SoCalGas, explains why California should continue to invest in the gas sector, especially renewable biogas.
CR&R and Southern California Gas Company are near completion of the state's first pipeline biomethane project in many years. Once the pipeline interconnection is complete, it will transmit carbon negative biogas from CR&R's facility to SoCalGas customers for transportation fuel, power generation and other uses.
BAC member The Climate Trust has issued a report on the low carbon economy that finds that clean energy industries have increased jobs at a far greater pace than the coal industry has lost jobs. The benefit is especially great in rural areas and in states with strong carbon and clean energy policies.