SoCalGas, PG&E and Opus 12 have announced a breakthrough technology that can be used to store solar and wind power, boost renewable gas production, and reduce climate pollution.
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Anaergia has released a video on its new Rialto Bioenergy Facility, which combines anaerobic digestion and gasification and will be the largest organic waste to energy facility in the country.
BAC member San Joaquin Renewables just received approval from US EPA for a biomass gasification to RNG fuel pathway under the federal Renewable Fuel Standard.
BAC’s Comments to the CPUC supporting re-authorization of the EPIC program, which has been very helpful to new bioenergy projects.
California Air Resources Board staff have begun laying the groundwork for a new Climate Change Scoping Plan that will have big impacts on bioenergy going forward.
BAC submitted comments supporting the CPUC’s BioMAT Staff Proposal.
Governor Newsom speaks at Bloom Energy’s Silicon Valley facility, which has been retooled to repair damaged ventilators that are badly needed in the fight against COVID-19.
The California Public Utilities Commission has released a revised Staff Proposal on the small-scale bioenergy to electricity program known as the BioMAT. The Staff Proposal includes several very helpful and important recommendations to extend and improve the BioMAT program.
This CNBC video highlights the importance of waste to energy and the great work that BAC member Sierra Energy is doing.
BAC submitted comments to the CPUC urging the Commission to include bioenergy in its microgrid proposal since bioenergy can provide flexible and baseload generation, energy storage, and renewable hydrogen, which make microgrids more reliable than solar and batteries alone.