The California Department of Food and Agriculture just announced $69.9 million in awards to dairy digester projects that will convert methane from cow manure to carbon negative biogas for transportation fuel and pipeline biogas. According to the Legislative Analyst’s Office, these are some of the most cost-effective investments that the state can make in greenhouse gas reductions. They will also help to reduce pollution from dairies and from diesel-powered, heavy duty vehicles. This is a win-win for the climate and for Central Valley air quality.
To learn more about the awards and the projects, click here.