Sierra Energy attends WasteExpo in New Orleans

Davis company Sierra Energy nearing completion of clean energy plant at Fort Hunter Liggett

Our FastOx technology has won a prestigious Innovation Award from The Roddenberry Foundation! With this award, Sierra Energy will lay the groundwork for a 25 ton per day FastOx Pathfinder system in a disadvantaged Mexico City community to convert waste to renewable electricity. We are honored to be among the 5 winning solutions for the inaugural Roddenberry Prize.

Crain's Sacramento featured Sierra Energy CEO Mike Hart in the If I Knew Then... series, where they ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Sierra Energy is featured on Comstock's magazine's website today in the From Lab to Launch article. A picture of the groundbreaking FastOx Pathfinder system and a quote from CEO Mike Hart are

We’ve joined over 350 companies in calling on our elected U.S. leaders to strongly support continued U.S. participation in the Paris Climate Agreement; the continuation of low-carbon domestic policies; and investment in the low-carbon economy at home and abroad.

Sierra Energy is one of six Northern California companies to win inaugural 2016 Sacramento Region Innovation Awards. The program recognizes the area's vibrant innovation community, from startups to established companies, and their breakthrough creations.

Sola Renner of Bloomberg New Energy and Finance wrote an article summarizing movement towards renewable investment in the venture capital and private equity community. The article discusses a the esti

Sierra Energy and CEO Mike Hart are thrilled to be listed among the "Upstart 100 Reinventors" list from Upstart Business Journal. The list highlights companies that are shaking up their industries!

In Grand Rapids, Michigan, our partners at Andy J. Egan Co. have finished the fabrication of the gasifier and other proprietary system components for the demonstration facility at Fort Hunter Liggett. All of the equipment is either at the shop or en route. And yet, the electricity generator still sits alone on the pad at Fort Hunter Liggett. With construction and commissioning right around the corner, why isn't all of the equipment at the Fort?