Sierra Energy, a waste gasification and renewable energy company from California, will discuss how island trash can be converted into renewable fuels or electricity—an island treasure—using its FastOx
The Sierra Club published a story today on FastOx waste conversion. Read the full story by Debra Atlas, here.DAVIS, CALIFORNIA — Can we all agree that using more renewable energy and less oil would be
Renewable Energy from Waste magazine features Sierra Energy as “One to Watch“. Founded in 2004, Sierra Energy was formed to develop and commercialize the FastOx gasifier derived from the steelmaking b
Sierra Energy Corporation and SacPort BioFuels jointly announced today that the California Energy Commission has invested $5 million to help construct a commercial waste-to-biofuels demonstration faci
In a broadcast on the cap & trade auction beginning today in California, Christopher Joyce from National Public Radio (NPR.org) speaks with Sierra Energy to get local perspective on how AB32 and t
The AlwaysOn team named Sierra Energy among the Top 30 Companies to Watch during the coming year. The list represented a wide range of sectors - energy creation, efficiency, water technology,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (December 6, 2012): Yesterday, US Ambassador to China Gary Locke kicked off his investment forum in Beijing where the U.S. Embassy worked with several U.S. Chamber of Commerce Or
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Waste conversion, an industry decades into its maturity and widely adopted in Europe, has been struggling to find a foot-hold here in the United States. This is the result of several influences, inclu
The influence and effectiveness of the Low Carbon Fuel Standard policies have been the subject of quite a bit of discussion and debate recently. Sierra Energy’s CEO, Mike Hart, reaches out to Capitol