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Clean Technology for Renewable Energy


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California's biobased industries are united under the banner of the BioEnergy Producers Association in advocating a positive statutory and regulatory environment for bioenergy production in the State of California.

For more than a decade, California's legislative and executive bureaucracy has blocked legislation necessary to correct scientifically inaccurate definitions and other antiquated provisions in statute that would enable the production of advanced non-food derived biofuels, biobased chemicals and renewable electricity from organic wastes.

During this time, California has placed in landfills more then 340 million tons of post-recycled solid waste, one of the state’s most readily available and environmentally favorable sources of renewable energy.

Jim Stewart, Chairman of the BioEnergy Producers Association, wrote a definitive article on the subject in the August 28, 2014 issue of Biofuels Digest magazine.

As just one example, in the 2009-2010 legislative session, AB 222, an initiative sponsored by this Association, passed the California State Assembly by a vote of 54-13 and was ready for final Senate passage and signature by the Governor when the five Democrats on the Senate Environmental Quality Committee stripped the bill of its essential elements and produced amendments that would have made it even more difficult to utilize California's organic waste streams as feedstocks for renewable energy production.

The Committee swept aside--literally ignored--AB 222 endorsements by more than 100 organizations, including a joint endorsement from the California Air Resources Board, the California Energy Commission and CalRecycle. CLICK HERE to read their letter.

As a result of the continuing statutory and regulatory uncertainty, biobased technology providers have essentially turned their backs on the State of California, locating their projects elsewhere across North America. Over the past decade they have either located or moved out of the state, approximately $1 billion in commercial plant construction.

For further coverage, see the "News & Commentary" pages of this website.

Last Updated on Monday, 22 September 2014 01:20