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.
Gladstein Neandross & Associates has just released an excellent report on California's growing RNG production for transportation fuel, highlighting the many benefits of instate biomethane production.
BAC Member Greenlane Biogas has just announced a major new dairy digester cluster project that will use Greenlane's biogas upgrading technology to inject the biogas into PG&E pipelines.
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.
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.
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.
This CNBC video highlights the importance of waste to energy and the great work that BAC member Sierra Energy is doing.
Lawrence Livermore National Labs has released a groundbreaking report on carbon neutrality that underscores the need for bioenergy to provide carbon negative emissions.
The California Energy Commission has awarded BAC member Anaergia a $5 million grant for its waste to vehicle fuel facility in Rialto California.
LBNL just released an important study showing that the biochar and digestate produced as a byproduct of bioenergy can provide half or more of all the carbon needed to restore forest, farm and rangelands to net carbon sinks in California.
California Bioenergy is working with Bloom Energy to develop the first ever dairy digester to electric vehicle fueling project, which will use fuel cells rather than combustion to convert the dairy biogas to carbon negative power.
The UC System just announced an agreement with Anaergia to buy biogas as part of the UC's goal of achieving zero carbon emissions by mid century.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture has just announced its latest round of funding awards for dairy digester projects. CDFA announced a total of $67 million in grant funding for 43 projects, including several being developed by BAC members.
Several BAC members have received Wood Innovation Grants from the U.S. Forest Service to develop small-scale bioenergy projects using forest waste from wildfire reduction and forest restoration projects.
See GNA's excellent article in Advanced Clean Transportation News on Why Biogas is Critical to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Transportation Sector.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture has just announced the recipients of $69.9 million in Cap & Trade revenues for 40 dairy digester projects that will help to reduce the state's largest source of methane emissions.
CalBio and Land O'Lakes have launched a first-of-its-kind collaboration to support the financing, installation and management of on-farm methane digesters to generate biogas that will be used as a carbon negative transportation fuel.