Turning Organic Waste Into Low-Carbon Energy

Promoting Sustainable Bioenergy Development in California

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The Bioenergy Association of California

The Bioenergy Association of California (BAC) was established in 2013 to promote sustainable bioenergy development.

Bioenergy includes renewable electricity, low-carbon transportation fuels, pipeline biogas, and renewable hydrogen generated from organic waste such as food and yard waste, wastewater and landfill biogas, dairy and agricultural waste, organic waste diverted from landfills, and forest waste.

BAC’s members include private companies, public agencies, local governments, investors, consultants, nonprofits, individuals, and others interested in promoting community-scale bioenergy generation.

Recent Policy Updates

California Air Resources Board Adopts Advanced Clean Fleet Regulation

In April, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) adopted one ...
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Air Board Proposes New Pipeline Biogas Standards

AB 1900, legislation to promote the instate development and use ...
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Air Board Adopts 2022 Climate Change Scoping Plan

The California Air Resources Board adopted California's 2022 Climate Change ...
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BAC Comments on Proposed Changes to the LCFS

BAC submitted comments to the Air Resources Board on proposed ...
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California Air Board Proposes Changes to Low Carbon Fuel Standard

The Low Carbon Fuels Standard Program has helped to reduce ...
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Recent News Updates

H Cycle Receives CalRecycle Approval for Waste to Hydrogen Project

H Cycle, an innovator in renewable hydrogen production, has received ...
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West Biofuels Receives $4 Million in CalFire Grants for Bioenergy Production

The California Department of Forests and Fire Protection (CalFire) has ...
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Denmark Awards $10 million to Electrochaea for e-Methane Production

Earlier this month the Danish Energy Agency awarded 9.5 million ...
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California Awarded Up to $1.2 Billion for Hydrogen Development

President Biden and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm just announced the ...
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Two BAC Members – Mote and SMUD – Partner to Develop Carbon Negative Biomass to Hydrogen Project

Mote has received state and federal funding to launch a ...
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