Landfill gas project can provide renewable power for 4,000 homes while reducing climate and air pollution.
The California iBank is now accepting proposals to help finance innovative forest biomass projects.
Th Bakersfield Californian highlights biofuels and other renewable…
The United Nations Climate Conference in Glasgow highlighted…
BAC's Executive Director published a piece in the San Francisco Chronicle on the urgency of reducing climate super pollutants - methane and black carbon - which is critical to avoid catastrophic climate change.
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.
Article highlights the jobs, climate change, air quality, and waste reduction benefits of bioenergy.
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.
Environmental Law News has Published an Article on the Importance of Bioenergy in California.
The National Academy of Sciences has found that the U.S. can achieve 100% renewable power by mid-century, but only with a diverse portfolio that includes bioenergy to provide flexible generation power.
San Francisco Chronicle Letter to the Editor on the importance of bioenergy for grid stability and to reduce burning or landfilling of organic waste.
See the comments by Senate President Kevin de Leon, ARB Chair Mary Nichols, and Senator Ben Allen at BAC's third annual reception in March.
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.
See BAC's new report on "Decarbonizing the Gas Sector: Why California Needs a Renewable Gas Standard."