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Sacramento is the first U.S. city to collect food wastes from households, supermarkets, local restaurants and food processing plants and turn them into Renewable Natural Gas fuel for local refuse vehicles. To learn more about this project and the companies involved, check out our new report below.Read the Report
Energy Vision’s EVNews Vol. VI, Issue 1 2013 newsletter is out. EVNews reports on the latest publications, events and happenings over the last 4 months, including various workshops, webinars, outreach activities, publications and press. We hope you enjoy it!Read EV News
Pioneering initiatives across the U.S. are converting organic wastes into “frack-free” renewable natural gas vehicle fuel. Energy Vision is your go-to resource to learn more about these innovative projects and the companies and municipalities leading this exciting movement.Read More
Energy Vision is a national leader in promoting the most rapid transition for the U.S. to the clean, petroleum-free transportation fuels of the future and in identifying the pioneering companies, technologies, and policies taking us there.
Profiles of the communities, landfills and dairies where organic wastes are converted into the country’s first sustainable vehicle fuel - reducing US dependence on foreign oil, cutting greenhouse gases, and solving a growing waste problem.
These companies are leading the transition to cleaner transportation fuels. From organic waste conversion to engine and fueling infrastructure, they're paving the way for a greener, more sustainable future.