BAC and the California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership have released a new fact sheet on Bioenergy and Jobs that shows that bioenergy from organic waste can generate tens of thousands of good jobs in California, while providing huge benefits for the climate and air quality as well.
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To reduce methane and other emissions, state law requires a 75 percent reduction in organic landfill waste by 2025. The new CalRecycle regulations require local government to procure bioenergy or compost instead.
Governor Newsom has released his January budget proposal for the next 18 months, with several changes related to bioenergy funding.
Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts has announced it will expand its food waste recycling system to produce low carbon vehicle fuel.
The CPUC has issued a Proposed Decision to adopt the voluntary biomethane (RNG) tariff proposed by SoCalGas and SDG&E.
The California Board of Forestry has adopted a comprehensive plan for forest biomass utilization, including many recommendations to increase bioenergy from forest waste.
BAC’s Executive Director authored this CalMatters opinion piece on the need for bioenergy and green hydrogen to maintain a reliable and renewable electricity grid.
The University of California has made biogas procurement a major part of its carbon neutrality strategy, entering into is fourth long-term contract for biogas procurement.
See California Bioenergy’s virtual opening of its first dairy digester cluster project in Kern County, which will generate carbon negative biogas from dairy manure and inject it into a SoCalGas pipeline. Presenters include CDFA Secretary Ross, CEC Commissioner Monahan and others.