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EV Testifies at Climate Change Hearing

On November 30th, Energy Vision’s Matthew P. Tomich testified on behalf of EV highlighting the role and potential for biogas-to-vehicle fuel in the City fleet vehicles at public hearings hosted by the NYC Public Advocate on the local and global impacts of climate change and the different tools at the City’s disposal to combat its effects.

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EV’s 2017 Year-End Celebration

On October 12th, at a Manhattan gathering of business and NGO leaders helping drive the growth of renewable natural gas (RNG) made from organic waste in North America, three companies with landmark projects were honored with awards by Energy Vision, a national non-profit which researches and promotes technologies and strategies for a sustainable, low-carbon energy […]

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New Report Addresses Both Imperatives of the Food Waste Epidemic: The Need to Reduce It, and the Need to Put Waste That Can’t Be Eliminated to Productive Use

Much of the attention has gone to the need to reduce food waste. But a report released by the NGO Energy Vision, “Food Waste Erased,” broadens that focus to include a less discussed but no less important dimension of the food waste problem: what to do with food wastes that can’t be eliminated.

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Change isn’t a spectator sport: Renewable energy can happen without Washington

You don’t have to invoke any new political divisions to explain President Trump’s roll-back of Obama’s Clean Power Plan or his reversal of Obama’s decision on the Keystone XL pipeline. Feeding fossil fuels and starving clean energy is established orthodoxy; it comes straight out of the Reagan and Bush playbooks.

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WHAT’S NEXT?

The recent milestone marches in Washington DC, New York and in cities across the country expressed the anxieties of millions about what the Trump Administration might do. Will it quash environmental regulation? Support unconstrained oil and gas drilling? Withdraw from global climate change initiatives?

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Why Corporate Fleet Owners Should Test Drive Renewable Natural Gas

There’s another low-carbon fuel that, while it continues to fly — or drive — under the radar, could have big cost and emissions benefits for corporate and municipal fleets. Renewable natural gas has the potential to reduce the US heavy transport sector’s reliance on diesel and gasoline. And it’s compatible with engines that run on natural gas.

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Energy Vision Touts RNG, Honors Nat-Gas Transport Leaders

Leaders in the field of ultra-low carbon renewable natural gas (RNG) gathered at a recent awards event hosted by the sustainable energy nonprofit Energy Vision, which promotes renewable, low-carbon energy and transportation solutions, to recognize that RNG production and use for transport, electricity generation and heating is scaling up across the U.S.

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Energy Vision’s 10th Anniversary Awards Reception

NEW YORK, NY — October 13, 2016 Energy Vision’s 2016 annual awards reception was hosted at the beautiful Ramscale Studio Penthouse overlooking the Hudson River in NYC. The event was attended by more than 120 guests, including several business, government and environmental leaders from across the country.

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Government and Business Leaders Helping Scale Up Renewable Natural Gas as a Powerful Climate Solution Honored by Energy Vision

Leaders in the field of ultra-low carbon renewable natural gas (RNG) gathered at an October 13 awards event hosted by the sustainable energy non-profit Energy Vision, which promotes renewable, low-carbon energy and transportation solutions. The event marked Energy Vision’s 10th anniversary.

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EV Op-Ed: “How Garbage Trucks Can Drive a Green Future”

Halving emissions in less than a decade requires immediate, concerted action. But the Department of Sanitation — the city agency with the highest vehicle fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions — plans to buy 340 new refuse trucks this year, with at least 300 powered by diesel engines. That would lock in high diesel emissions for the seven-year service life of these trucks — and put the 2025 emissions goal out of reach.

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EV Intern Receives EPA Greater Research Opportunities Fellowship

Hannah Krohn ‘17 — a former Energy Vision intern — is one of just 34 undergraduate students from across the nation who has earned a prestigious EPA Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowship this year. The GRO Program provides funding to selected college juniors and seniors to help build the next generation of environmental experts.

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Power of Waste Colorado Workshop

The Power of Waste Workshop, co-hosted by Energy Vision and the Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition at Daniels Fund – 101 Monroe Street, Denver, CO, introduced renewable natural gas (RNG) as a new frontier for transportation. Colorado is poised to take the lead toward a cleaner, economical, and locally-sourced energy future.

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Heartland Biogas – Largest Digester Project In The World

Energy Vision’s Matt Tomich and Joanna Underwood toured the Heartland Biogas facility, a mere 40 minutes from downtown Denver. The project, developed by AgEnergy USA and operated by EDF Renewables and A1 Organics, sits on a 100-acre site and is the largest digester project of its kind in the world!

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Denver RNG Workshop — The Power of Waste

The Power of Waste Workshop, co-hosted by Energy Vision and the Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition at Daniels Fund – 101 Monroe Street, Denver, CO, introduced renewable natural gas (RNG) as a new frontier for transportation. Colorado is poised to take the lead toward a cleaner, economical, and locally-sourced energy future. The use of locally-produced […]

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The Buses of Tomorrow Will Run on Sewage

Waste power (RNG) is becoming more popular, according to President of Energy Vision Matt Tomich. “In 2015, close to 90 million gasoline gallon equivalents of renewable natural gas were produced for vehicle fuel. In 2012, this volume was effectively zero…”