Jul
23
Jul 26

BIO - World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology

The BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology provides a unique forum for business executives, government officials, academic researchers and industry leaders to share the latest advances in renewable chemicals, synthetic biology, enzymes, food ingredients, biofuels and more! 

Sign up to receive updates about the conference: click here.

Sep
26
Sep 27

NGVAmerica Annual Summit at N. American Commercial Vehicle Show

The 2017 NGVAmerica Annual Meeting & Industry Summit will be held September 26-27 in Atlanta.  It will take place during the 2017 North American Commercial Vehicle Show, which is a new truck show aimed exclusively at large commercial vehicle fleets.  Both events will take place at the Georgia World Congress Center and will offer our members great opportunities to network.


May
22
May 23

RNG Summit, Federal Fly-In & Mid-Year Networking Event in Washington D.C.

Mark your calendars for May 22-23, when the RNG Coalition will host its annual Federal Fly-In and Mid-Year Networking event in Washington DC. 

An RNG Summit on the afternoon of Monday, May 22, is a new addition to this year's activities. Meetings on Capitol Hill are scheduled for Tuesday, May 23. 

As is annual tradition, the event will conclude with our Mid-Year Networking event at Nationals Ballpark on the evening of May 23 to watch the Washington Nationals take on the Seattle Mariners. 

Contact RNG Coalition staff for more information. 

May
17
8:00 am08:00

UC Riverside RNG Symposium & Center for RNG Ribbon Cutting

  • Bourns Technology Center

Join UC Riverside Center for Environmental Research & Technology on May 17 at our Renewable Natural Gas Symposium for an engaging discussion on the key benefits and challenges of moving the production of renewable natural gas (RNG) from pilot-scale demonstration projects to widespread commercial production and utilization.

In keeping with the mission of newly opened Center for Renewable Natural Gas (CRNG), the symposium will examine opportunities to improve technology (e.g., production efficiencies) and mitigate common barriers (e.g., regulatory issues, feedstock logistics/pretreatment challenges, high capital costs). Discussions will include:

  • RNG Policy in California – Past & Future
  • Renewable Hydrogen – Nexus of Fuels and Power 
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Decarbonization
  • RNG's Role in Mitigating Short Lived Climate Pollutants
  • Utility-Scale Power-to-Gas
  • Thermochemical RNG Production

A ribbon cutting ceremony and CRNG tour will be held. Symposium speakers will include RNG Coalition CEO Johannes Escudero and representatives from several RNG Coalition members.

Register HERE.

May
8
May 11

Waste Expo 2017

Events & Conferences: May 8-11, 2017 / Exhibits: May 9-11, 2017

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (New Orleans, LA)

Waste Expo 2017 is an event by Waste 360.

View more information HERE

Apr
25
9:00 am09:00

Workshop: Today's Natural Gas Port Trucks

Join California Natural Gas Vehicles Coalition (CNGVC) and California Natural Gas Vehicles Partnership (CNGVP) on April 25 for this educational one-day workshop (9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) to learn the facts about today's natural gas trucks. Attendees will hear:

  • Firsthand fleet experiences with today's natural gas engine technology (power, performance, reliability)
  • Details on how trucks with Cummins Westport’s ultra-low NOx natural gas engines are equivalent to battery electric trucks based on lifecycle emissions
  • Information about after-sales support, service, and maintenance to ensure uptime performance
  • An overview on ultra-low carbon renewable natural gas--how it's produced, greenhouse gas emission benefits, market availability, and procurement state

View more information and register HERE.

Apr
11
Apr 12

Green Transportation Summit & Expo

The RNG Coalition has been invited to speak at The Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE), the Pacific Northwest region’s premier fleet modernization and alternative fuels event. GTSE events offer the best combination of information-packed sessions, prominent national and regional speakers, and the latest technologies from industry leaders. 

April 11-12, Portland Expo Center, Portland, Oregon.

Go HERE for more information or to register. 

Apr
6
8:00 am08:00

IGNITE22

Port of Los Angeles - San Pedro, California

A tech showcase and collaborative experience - Join the visionaries shaping the 22nd century.

The purpose of IGNITE22 is to connect the public sector and designers/builders with technology companies to collaborate on how existing and emerging technologies can solve some of the problems surrounding the delivery of specific projects like the I-710 potential Zero Emission Corridor, LAWA LAX modernization program, and RNG projects. 

RNG Coalition members are eligible for a $20 registration discount.

Learn more and register HERE.

Mar
27
Mar 29

SWANA: Landfill Gas & Biogas Symposium

40th Annual Landfill Gas and Biogas Symposium

Reno Convention Center, Reno, NV

Theme: CH4-CH4-CH4-CH4-Changes: How Will Landfill Gas and Biogas be Affected?

Learn more and register HERE

Mar
8
11:00 am11:00

Argus Webinar - US Biofuels and RINs Outlook: One nation under Trump

11:00 AM Eastern / 8:00 AM Pacific

Join Argus as we discuss:

  • The status of the RIN bank & update on 2016 compliance
  • What is the fate of the Biodiesel Blender Tax Credit?
  • Policy shifts from new department leadership: Pruitt, Tillerson, Icahn and That-Dancing-With-The-Stars-Guy
  • CAFÉ, RFS, Border Adjustment Tax: Which changes will matter most?
  • 2017 compliance strategies
  • RINs price outlook
Feb
27
8:00 am08:00

Wisconsin Biogas Council Launch Event

University of Wisconsin Green Bay - Kress Events Center, Special Events Room

Event Schedule:

  • Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • Welcome & Introduction to the Wisconsin Biogas Council
  • UW-Green Bay Welcome from the Dean of the College of Science & Technology
  • Biogas Processing Panel Discussion
  • Networking Break
  • Biogas CHP Systems
  • Virtual Pipeline Systems
  • Transportation Fuel Market Opportunities
  • RFS, LCFS and Energy Credit Markets
  • Farm Anaerobic Digester Tour / Additional Networking Opportunity
Feb
21
Feb 22

ReThink Methane Symposium

Sacramento, CA - Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel

Learn how renewable methane can help California:

  • Achieve GHG emissions reduction objectives in SB 32, AB 197, and SB 1383
  • Integrate sustainability goals for organic waste (ag, food, forestry, and wastewater)
  • Accelerate development of practical, large-scale storage for renewable power
  • Facilitate the creation of a low-carbon hydrogen supply for a fuel cell future
  • Create economic development opportunities for disadvantaged regions

For more details, go HERE

 

Feb
13
Feb 15

Energy Independence Summit 2017

Energy Independence Summit 2017 is the nation’s premier clean transportation policy summit. The Summit provides a unique opportunity for Clean Cities Coalitions and leaders in the clean transportation industry to network and build partnerships with each other, and with key Congressional and Administration policymakers in Washington, DC.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Meet with leaders of the new President’s Administration and key Congressional leaders.
  • Learn how you can benefit from investments from the Volkswagen Settlement.
  • Network with the nation’s Clean Cities Coalitions and top industry leaders.
  • Participate in Roundtable discussions with DOE, EPA, DOT, USDA, and DOD.
  • Learn about new technologies and market developments that are driving the alternative fuels industry forward.
  • Participate in Capitol Hill Day meetings and educate your Members of Congress about your successful projects achieved in partnership with government and industry.
  • Attend the Capitol Hill Day reception hosted by UPS.
  • Attend the Salute to Clean Cities reception.

EIS 2017 will take place at the attractive Liaison Hotel, conveniently located just a few blocks from the nation’s Capitol Building.

Register HERE.

Feb
7
Feb 10

Energy, Utility & Environment Conference

  • San Diego Convention Center

EUEC 2017 is the U.S.'s largest Energy Utility Environment Conference, and will be held February 8-10 at the San Diego Convention Center. 

The conference offers 11 lunches, receptions and breaks to network with 1500 delegates in the exhibit hall from 150 companies. Over 400 speakers make expert presentations in a 10 track PROGRAM.

Contact marcus@rngcoalition.com to obtain the 50% discount code offered to RNG Coalition members:

Register HERE.

Feb
2
7:00 am07:00

Waste Management 7th Annual Executive Sustainability Forum

Hundreds of Business and Municipal Leaders to Meet during Waste Management Phoenix Open to Discuss Sustainability, Diversion and Recycling Goals

Go HERE for more information.

For event details and registration information, email wmforum@caa.com or call 713-328-7517. Pre-registration is mandatory and space is limited, so Waste Management recommends guests register early.

Jan
27
9:00 am09:00

Clean Cities: Fuel for Thought Workshop

Earth Day Coalition (EDC) hosts three Alternative Fuels workshop series funded by the Ohio Environmental Education Fund. January 27 focuses on CNG. Presentations will provide attendees an opportunity to learn about alternative fuels, funding availability for vehicles and infrastructure, and personnel training required for operating alternative fuel fleets. Attendees will network with alternative fuels professionals and learn about the benefits and challenges to operating CNG, propane, and EV fleets. 

Workshop 1: CNG Vehicles & Fleet Operations - Friday, January 27, 9AM - 11AM at Greater Cleveland RTA

Free to attend for EDC members, $10 per workshop for fleet representatives, and $25 per workshop for industry representatives. 

The CNG workshop will include presentations from: 

  • Devo Bavishi, Ace Taxi owner
  • Marcus Gillette, RNG Coalition Director of Public & Government Affairs
  • Bill Davis, Director of the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC)

Go HERE to register or for more information.

Jan
26
2:00 pm14:00

Webinar: The Future of Renewable Methane

2:00 PM Eastern / 11:00 AM Pacific

ReThink Methane Webinar:  Hear from the Board Chairs of the Bioenergy Association of California and Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas on the future of renewable methane in today’s regulatory and policy environment.

Following the passage of SB 32, AB 197, SB 1383 and other groundbreaking bills in the 2016 session of the California legislature, these business leaders will share insight into:

  • Critical steps to ensure successful implementation of these bills
  • Opportunities for investment and jobs in California’s renewable methane industry
  • Remaining hurdles that need to be addressed

Register HERE.

Dec
5
Dec 7

RNG 2016: Fuel, Heat, Power & Policy Conference

Save the Dates for the RNG industry's premier public policy and education conference in the U.S., hosted by the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas and held in beautiful San Diego, CA at the Hotel Del Coronado. For more information, please click HERE

To register, please click HERE.

Dec
2
10:00 am10:00

ARB Research Seminar: The Feasibility of Renewable Natural Gas as a Large-Scale, Low Carbon Substitute

Friday, December 2, 2016 10:00 a.m., PST (WEBCAST) / 1:00 p.m. EST
Sierra Hearing Room, 2nd Floor, Cal/EPA Building
1001 I Street, Sacramento, California

California will need high volumes of alternative low carbon fuels to be able to meet its climate change goals. In order to support these goals, this study investigated the technological and commercial feasibility of producing large quantities of renewable
natural gas fuels for use in California. The study’s results indicate that there are substantial sources of RNG in California that are commercially competitive with existing fossil fuel-based
transportation fuels because carbon externalities are taken into consideration in the California market through existing programs such as the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) and the U.S. Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS).

Amy Myers Jaffe, M.S., University of California, Davis and
Nathan Parker, Ph.D., Arizona State University

For more information: https://www.arb.ca.gov/research/seminars/jaffe/jaffe.htm

Dec
2
9:00 am09:00

California ARB Workshop: Volkswagen Consent Decree ZEV Investment Commitment

Friday, December 2, 2016 / 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific

California Air Resources Board (ARB) invites you to participate in a public workshop on Friday, December 2, 2016, to provide suggestions for Volkswagen’s (VW) $800 million 10-year zero emission vehicle (ZEV) Investment Commitment in California.

The ZEV Investment Commitment is a component of California’s partial settlement with VW resulting from VW’s use of illegal defeat devices in 2.0 liter (2.0L) diesel cars that were sold into the State from model years 2009 to 2015. During the workshop, staff will discuss: (1) four areas of qualified investments: ZEV infrastructure, public awareness, increasing ZEV access, and green city projects; (2) ARB’s draft guiding principles and recommended priorities for the first ZEV Investment Plan; and (3) the process and timeline associated with development, review, and approval of the first investment plan. After that discussion, members of the public will be invited to provide comments related to the ZEV Investment. These comments will inform ARB’s development of a guidance document communicating California’s priorities and guiding principles for ZEV investments to VW to aid them in drafting their ZEV Investment Plan.

Location: Cal/EPA Headquarters Coastal Hearing Room, 2nd Floor 1001 I Street Sacramento, California 95814

For more information, go HERE.

Nov
17
9:00 am09:00

Fuel Cell, EV & Hydrogen Fueling Investor Forum

H2USA is hosting a forum to brief investors on hydrogen fueling station network opportunities for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).  Listen to presentations by representatives of the auto industry and the fueling network providers underscoring the importance of hydrogen fueling station networks to this growing market. Please join us at the forum which will be followed by a walking tour of the fuel cell vehicles showcased at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Date: Thursday November 17th, 2016

Location: Los Angeles Auto Show, Los Angeles Convention Center

Time: 9:00 to Noon

For more information and to register contact Katy Knopp, kknopp@h2usa.org.

Nov
14
Nov 16

Renewable Energy From Waste Conference

 

The Renewable Energy from Waste Conference, Nov. 14-16, in Long Beach, California, combines education and networking to get the most value out of the event.

Attendees have access to:

  • a 1/2-day pre-conference workshop offering strategies and a wealth of information
  • two days of educational sessions with presentations from leading industry experts
  • dozens of exhibitors offering the latest technology
  • several networking opportunities

Sessions: Sessions at the 2016 REW Conference will cover complex subjects and provide real-world advice. Representatives from the waste-to-energy, anaerobic digestion and gasification industry will share their perspectives on their industry segments. Register here or Click here for the full agenda.

Workshop: A pre-conference workshop on public sector planning and implementation of waste conversion projects brought to you by Gershman, Brickner & Bratton, Inc.

Nov
10
11:00 am11:00

Argus Webinar - The Politics of Energy: Post Election

11:00 AM Eastern / 8:00 AM Pacific

A new president-elect will establish a new energy and environmental strategy for the US to follow over the next four years, while a reshuffled Congress will have its own priorities.

Join Argus Washington Bureau Chief, David Ivanovich, as he examines how a new administration will address the US’ major energy and climate concerns.

This webinar will discuss:  

  • Whether Congress will try to tackle substantive energy legislation during the lame-duck session  
  • What the energy and environmental policies of the next president will look like  
  • How the makeup of a new Congress will help or hinder the new president’s agenda

Register HERE.

Oct
27
8:00 am08:00

Workshop - Power of Waste: Renewable Natural Gas for California

  • SoCalGas Energy Resource Center

This full-day workshop, co-hosted by SoCalGas® and Energy Vision, will discuss renewable natural gas (RNG) and its critical role in enabling California to achieve its greenhouse gas reduction goals. Don't miss your chance to learn from and interact with many of the industry's leading experts. Workshop topics include:

  • The big value proposition in turning waste into RNG
  • Policy drivers
  • Anaerobic digestion case studies
  • Biogas upgrading technology review
  • Utility interconnection
  • High value end markets for RN

View Agenda and Register HERE.

This no-cost event is hosted in collaboration with RNG Coalition partner Energy Vision.

Oct
26
Oct 28

4th Argus California Carbon and LCFS Summit

 

The 2016 Argus California Carbon and LCFS Summit returns to Napa Valley, October 26 - 28. Join your peers and meet North American regulatory leaders and over 230 senior-level risk managers, traders and compliance and regulatory executives to discuss the impact of California's climate plans and federal emissions initiatives on the power and transportation fuels sectors. 

A 20% discount is available to RNG Coalition Members during registration. Please contact marcus@rngcoalition.com for the discount code.

Find more information and register HERE.

Oct
6
3:00 pm15:00

Webinar - Regs & Bacon: Status & Opportunity in North Carolina's RPS Swine Waste Mandate

Thursday, October 6, 3:00pm Eastern / 12:00pm Pacific

For the past two decades, hog producers in North Carolina have come under increased regulation through an ongoing effort to mitigate the environmental impact of swine production. This includes a permanent moratorium on the expansion of existing hog farms and the development of new ones, with a provision that new permits can be issued only to farms that meet five specific environmental performance standards. At the same time, the state adopted a renewable portfolio standard (RPS) that includes a specific carve-out for swine-based electricity. Coupled together, the environmental quality standards and renewable energy goals make a strong case to site renewable energy projects at hog farms. This webinar will include an overview of the state’s pork industry and bioenergy project activity, an overview of RPS requirements and progress, and a case study of an operating swine waste project benefitting from the program. Sponsored by Biomass Magazine.

Find out more and register HERE.

Oct
5
Oct 6

California Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Summit

 

 

 

Now it its fourth  year, the Summit will continue the dialogue between government agencies and businesses to address opportunities and challenges in key environmental, business and market areas in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. 

Register and find out more HERE.

Sep
29
11:00 am11:00

Webinar - The Politics of Energy: Pre-Election

September 29, 11:00 AM Eastern / 8:00 AM Pacific

Join Argus Washington bureau chief David Ivanovich as he examines the role energy may play in the upcoming US presidential race and the battle for control of the US Senate.

 

This webinar will discuss:

  • How energy prices could affect voter sentiment this November
  • What presidential nominees' energy policies say about them as candidates
  • Whether energy issues could help tip the balance in some key Senate races

Register HERE.

Sep
7
Sep 9

NGV America Conference

Bringing Together the Entire NGV Industry Under One Roof

Hyatt Regency Denver Convention Center, Denver, CO

Find out more and register HERE.

Aug
25
11:00 am11:00

Webinar: Outlook for RINs, LCFS and American biofuels markets

11:00 AM Eastern / 8:00 AM Pacific.

Webinar presented by Argus: Skyrocketing RINs prices are driving up biofuels production and imports, but will it be enough to achieve compliance? How can refiners respond in conflicting market information that shows us short on biofuels credits for the national RFS program but suddenly long on biofuels for the California LCFS? The RINs price has distorted the crack spread, influenced the differential of jet to diesel, and reshaped export markets…what will happen next? Join Argus as we discuss:

  • Forecasts on RINs and LCFS prices
  • RIN “banks” and potential shortfalls
  • Import/export activity
  • Strategies for compliance

Register HERE.