The US Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory and the sustainable energy NGO Energy Vision today released two case studies assessing the results of pioneering projects that were among the first to produce Renewable Compressed Natural Gas (R-CNG) vehicle fuel, by using anaerobic digesters to capture the biogases from decomposing organic waste.
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.
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.
EV, which researches and promotes technologies and strategies for a sustainable, low-carbon energy and transportation future, has a new leader. As of January 2016, Matt Tomich is the organization’s president.
Clean Fuels Ohio and Energy Vision hosted a conference on renewable natural gas (RNG) made from organic waste as a transportation fuel. The conference, held at Central State University, focused on the production, utilization, and development strategies for this ultra-low-carbon transportation fuel alternative.
Energy Vision (EV) welcomed the de Blasio administration’s announcement today of a proposal requiring the City’s largest commercial generators of organic waste to source separate it so it can be collected.
[New York, NY – June 22, 2015]
Matt Tomich, Vice President of the non-profit organization Energy Vision (EV), which researches and promotes sustainable, low-carbon energy strategies, has been named one of New York’s Top Ten Energy Entrepreneurs
The national environmental non-profit Energy Vision (EV) today released a report entitled “The Food Cart of the 21st Century.”