“Just as ripples spread out when a single pebble is dropped into water, the actions of individuals can have far-reaching effects.” Doing good and making the world a better place is what drives our company, and seeing that passion passed on from our employees to the next generation is the reward, which is why we +Read more
Central Valley’s NPR affiliate visited the Pixley digester we built for Calgren, and looked at how digesters can help California meet its greenhouse gas reduction targets of 40% below 1990 levels by 2030. (article & audio).
Regenis is proud to announce our Director of Research and Technology, Dr. Craig Frear, has been reelected by his peers to serve another term on the Board of Directors of the biogas industry’s preeminent trade organization, the American Biogas Council (ABC). ABC represents over 200 companies, governments and research institutions committed to providing more clean +Read more
The rumbling of a tank-sized power plant on the Van Warmerdam dairy is the sound of relief for a longtime farming family. It’s a signal that the Van Warmerdams won’t have to change the way they do business much to comply with the looming air quality regulations that aim to slash the carbon footprint of +Read more
Events bounced around at such a rapid pace in Sacramento the final week of the legislative session, onlookers might have easily mistaken the State Capitol as the home of the World Championships of Ping-Pong. At the center of it all was the debate over extending California’s carbon reduction program, which calls for emissions to be +Read more
Bipartisan Biogas Supporters Last month, Republicans and Democrats banded together to support the future of family farmers and the environment, introducing H.R. 5489, the Agriculture Environmental Stewardship Act, as a way to make it easier for livestock farmers to promote a closed-loop farming cycle by providing a 30 percent investment tax credit (ITC) for +Read more
It’s not every week when members of Congress reach across party lines to form a consensus to benefit the American public, but this week Republicans and Democrats, urban and rural banded together to support a circular farm economy, renewable energy, healthy soils and clean waterways. With the support of 14 members, including our home state +Read more
Not only does Tulare County, California-based Calgren Renewable Fuels LLC manufacture renewable transportation fuel and utilize renewable energy to power its operations, but starting next month, the plant will also send renewable electricity to the grid. Read the rest of the article here…
Last fall, the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage tank in Southern California sprung a leak that allowed 97,100 metric tons of methane escape into the atmosphere. We’d like to help even the score by capturing that methane. Find out how.