Workshops

Since 2013, Energy Vision has coordinated and hosted 5 day-long workshops with regional affiliates of the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Clean Cities Program. Each workshop has explored local and regional opportunities to produce and utilize renewable natural gas (RNG) made from organic waste. For more information or inquiries about having Energy Vision coordinate a workshop in your region, please contact us!

October 27, 2016
Energy Vision and the Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) co-hosted a Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) workshop at SCG’s Energy Resource Center in Downey, CA. The day-long workshop was attended by more than 150. To see the Agenda, Click Here. You can also access presentations from the workshop here.

May 19, 2016
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. For more details including the full workshop agenda and photos from the event, click here.

December 2, 2015
Energy Vision and Clean Fuels Ohio co-hosted “Waste-to-Wheels II” at the Ohio’s Central State University in Wilberforce, OH. The conference focused on the production, utilization, and development strategies for this ultra-low-carbon transportation fuel alternative. For more details including the full workshop agenda and photos from the event, click here.

September 23, 2015
Energy Vision and Louisiana Clean Fuels co-hosted a Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) webinar at the Louisiana Tech Shreveport Center. The event included presentations from public and private sector experts on the emerging RNG transportation fuel strategy. You can watch the webinar by following the link here: The Power of Waste in Louisiana

October 14, 2014
The Power of Waste workshop, co-hosted by Energy Vision, Long Island Clean Cities Coalition and the Advanced Energy Research & Technology Center (AERTC) at Stony Brook University, introduced renewable natural gas (RNG) as a new frontier for transportation. New York State is poised to take the lead toward a cleaner, economical, and locally-sourced energy future. The use of locally-produced RNG will reduce greenhouse gases, foster the development of clean energy projects in-state, and incentivize the responsible handling of waste.

The Power of Waste brought together municipal leaders, environmental professionals, policymakers, project developers, waste managers and agricultural professionals to strategize ways to bring projects to market and integrate RNG into the greenhouse gas reduction strategies of government and industry. The workshop also educated attendees on the logistics and physical components of an RNG project. For the full workshop agenda, Click Here.

June 17, 2014
EV and Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition co-hosted a workshop, Extracting Value and Vehicle Fuel from Waste: Renewable Natural Gas. The event featured local, regional and national leaders in the emerging renewable natural gas industry, with a specific focus on the opportunities and obstacles for our nation’s capital. A diverse audience of more than 60 from the municipal, industry, government, non-profit and academic sectors were in attendance. Event sponsors included: Baker Tilly, CleanWorld, Cummins Westport, DC Water, NGVAmerica, The Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas and Washington Gas (Workshop Agenda).

April 23, 2014
Energy Vision, Vermont Clean Cities and the University of Vermont Transportation Research Center (UVM TRC) co-hosted a workshop: Cow Power: Turning Organic Waste into Vehicle Fuel for Vermont. (See the Full Agenda.) The workshop featured state and regional leaders in the emerging renewable natural gas industry and was attended by individuals from the municipal, industry, government, non-profit and academic sectors.

November 8, 2013
Energy Vision, Genesee Region Clean Communities and the Rochester Institute of Technology co-hosted a workshop at the RIT Inn and Conference Center: The Power of Waste: Renewable Natural Gas as a Transportation Fuel for New York State. (See the Full Agenda.) The workshop featured regional and national leaders in the emerging renewable natural gas industry and was attended by more than 80 individuals from the municipal, industry, government, non-profit and academic sectors.

July 17, 2013
Energy Vision and Western Washington Clean Cities/Puget Sound Clean Air Agency co-hosted a workshop outside Tacoma, Washington, Cash Cow: The Future of Renewable Natural Gas as a Transportation Fuel in Washington State (Agenda). The workshop featured leaders from across the country in this emerging green fuel industry and was attended by more than 80 individuals from the municipal, industry, government and non-profit sectors. The feedback from attendees has been very positive and we look forward to future opportunities for collaboration in the Pacific Northwest.

Clean Fuels Ohio's Executive Director Sam Spofforth (left) alongside EV VP Matt Tomich,  EV President Joanna Underwood, and Franklin County (OH) Commissioner Paula Brooks