By Michael Hart May 17, 2010Landfills are a bad idea.This may not be a news flash, however there seems to be an endless supply of subject matter experts on the topic that are all too willing to point

Energy’s Waste: Can biomass gain traction in California’s regulatory quagmire?Excerpt from Comstock’s Magazine, August 18, 2010“And he’s not the only Capital Region biomass company looking mostly ove

  KFBK interviews Sierra Energy’s CEO Mike HartAugust 11, 2010KFBK 1530 News TalkAt the Renewable Energy Testing Center Sierra Energy, a small company that is taking waste and converting it into power

CEO Mike Hart to Present on the “Bridge to Zero Waste” At CEO Showcase DAVIS, CA – October 11, 2010 – Sierra Energy, the developer of FASTOX™ gasification technology, announced today that it has been

And  we’re off! After a thorough commissioning phase, Sierra Energy launched  its FASTOX™ testing campaign using its Mk4 demonstration gasifier. The  gasifier is operating on a wide variety of feedsto

Davis waste gasification company recognized for creating new opportunities in green technology.Sierra Energy, a waste gasification and renewable energy company, announced today that its been chosen by

Sierra Energy’s CEO, Mike Hart, kicked off the 3rd annual Pacific West Biomass Conference in San Francisco today. Biomass Magazine’s Anna Austin was at attendance and quick to report:Hart was the keyn

On Thursday, June 21st, Sierra Energy was one of 40 finalists showcasing their best innovations while competing for California’s “Most Innovative New Product of the Year” award.Sierra Energy had six m

Sierra Energy recognizes the benefits of domestic alternative and biofuel production goes far beyond environmental. As a result, Sierra Energy continues working to find an economical and efficient pat

Sierra Energy was quoted in a recent Forbes article on how the military has been encouraging biofuel startups in their mission to reduce fossil fuel dependency.The startup, based in Davis, Calif., is