California dairies generate more than half of the state’s methane emissions, a powerful climate pollutant that could instead be converted to millions of gallons of carbon negative transportation fuel or hundreds of megawatts of renewable power.
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BAC issued a press release applauding the California Public Utilities Commission decision which included many BAC recommendations regarding SB 1122 implementation.
‘Bioenergy Industry Seeks Bill Requiring Renewable Natural Gas Standard’ appeared in Inside Cal/EPA.
‘Renewable Natural Gas Helps Reduce Emissions, Policy Support Needed’ appeared as an online article at the Energy Collective website.
BAC submitted comments to the California Energy Commission supporting biofuels, biogas and issues addressed by the 2014 draft IEPR.
CR&R and Recology had projects competitively selected to receive funds from the new CalRecycle Organics Grant Program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
New EPA ‘Framework for Assessing Biogenic CO2 Emissions’ supports findings that the use of waste-derived feedstocks and certain forest-derived products are likely to have minimal or no net atmospheric contributions of biogenic CO2 emissions.
INSIDE Cal/EPA online news article quotes BAC press release to explain the new bionenergy bills signed by the Governor.
Governor Brown signed three important bills that will increase the availability of organic material for bioenergy, compost and other productive uses, rather than wasting it in landfills, and will promote a range of technologies to convert that feedstock to clean, renewable energy and transportation fuels.
Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority (VVWRA) marks successful start-up of its new OmnivoreTM biogas production system.