Global Green to expand biogas program to 2 California cities

Global Green is selecting two Southern California cities who are interested in investing in biogas production infrastructure in underserved communities and creating a residential outreach program, with SoCalGas funding $7,500 in technical assistance per city. For more information and application contact: Madisson Gittlin by the May 1st deadline. Click here to learn more.

Why energy efficiency speeds renewables adoption

“To approach any 100 percent renewable energy scenario, improved energy efficiency is needed in both energy-supply sectors and energy-consumption sectors. More than 60 percent of energy produced in the United States in 2016 across all sectors was wasted. Driving the discussion about renewable energy is the need to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. The 2015…

Sonoma Clean Power, MCE expand with wind, biogas

“Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) and MCE (Marin Clean Energy) greatly expanded their capacity to provide clean energy to a growing customer base in 2017. SCP, like MCE, is a clean-energy supplier with an agreement with PG&E to purchase electricity from sources like solar, wind, geothermal and hydropower from alternative sources, and feed it through PG&E’s…