Hydrogen fuels from renewable sources are considered some of the most promising alternative fuels for reducing oil consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and air pollution.
The Bioenergy Association of California (BAC) has released a report "Decarbonizing the Gas Sector: Why California Needs a Renewable Gas Standard", that presents a groundbreaking strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase energy security and jobs, and diversify California’s energy sector.
Sierra Energy was selected as one of the winners of the 2014 Defense Energy Technology Challenge as part of the annual Defense Energy Summit and Innovation Showcase in Austin, Texas, November 11-13. The summit's focus centers on proposed initiatives, and how to accelerate clean energy and infrastructure solutions for the Department of Defense (DoD).
Selected from among thousands of greentech technology companies by expert panelists and voters, Biofuels Digest recognizes innovation and achievement in fuels, biobased chemicals and materials by emerging companies. Sierra Energy is honored to be listed among these companies providing innovative clean and green technology solutions.
Tell us about your organization and it’s role in the advanced bioeconomy. Sierra Energy has created the world’s most efficient gasifier. FastOx [gasification] developed in conjunction with UC Davis, US Army and California Energy Commission. Gasification is the missing link between complex feedstocks and a clean synthesis gas for use in a wide variety of biofuel applications.