Bioenergy Association of California applauds passage of 250 MW feed-in-tariff program

In California, the Bioenergy Association of California has applauded the California Public Utilities Commission for its decision to launch a 250 megawatt feed-in-tariff program for small-scale bioenergy projects. The decision will assist in renewable electricity generation as a complement to wind and solar power, helping California to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels, and helping California meet its waste diversion goals.

SB 1122 requires 250 MW of electricity generated from organic waste, including:
• 110 MW generated from organic waste that would otherwise be landfilled, wastewater treatment, co-digestion and food processing;
• 90 MW from dairy and agricultural waste; and
• 50 MW from forestry waste from high wildfire hazard zones.

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