The 2019 National Biodiesel Conference & Expo will be back in San Diego this year. This is an opportunity for networking with biodiesel decision makers from around the world and to get an insider’s look at what the industry has in store for 2019. Click here to read more on the Clean Cities Website
Most of us are familiar with traditional petroleum products such as gasoline and diesel. Petroleum products, or fossil fuels, are made from organic material that died and decomposed in the ground millions of years ago. There is a finite amount of source material in our Earth, and much of that is located in foreign countries,… Read More.
Energy generation and consumption companies in the world today are increasingly recognizing the need to develop renewable energy sources. This comes at a point in time where concerns have been raised regarding the sustainability of fossil-based sources of energy, and the repercussions they pose to the environment in the form of environmental pollution. Energy generating… Read More.
Like many important questions, the answer is complicated. While it’s true that, at the point of delivery, renewable resources deliver energy with fewer environmental costs, the same can’t be said of what it takes to get that energy to market. It’s also true there are some sources that create new problems. One example is that wind farms kill… Read More.
San Joaquin Valley Clean Cities Coordinator Linda Urata, Louisiana Clean Fuels Coordinator Ann Vail, New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition Coordinator Chuck Feinberg, and Centralina Clean Fuels Coordinator Jason Wager are the latest inductees to be named to the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Clean Cities Hall of Fame, which recognizes outstanding contributions to advance alternative… Read More.