After workshop slides
Waste treatment plants, dairies and other industries across California are
generating biogas at an increasing rate, exceeding their need for heating
digester feed materials.
This workshop shares experiences for using this resource.
University of California, Merced
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM PST
Biogas has great potential for addressing
greenhouse gas pollution and serving
growing energy needs. Waste treatment plants, dairies and other
across California are generating biogas at an increasing rate, exceeding
need for heating digester feed materials.
What are the best options for using the biogas? And what remaining questions need more exploration?
This one-day workshop at the University of California, Merced will bring
experts, who have years of experience with biogas, and newcomers, who have
recently installed new equipment or are thinking of upgrading their
The goal is to share experiences and insights and identify what questions remain unanswered.
UC Merced is a pioneer in sustainability research, from the Sierra Nevada to
the San Joaquin Valley, to developing novel energy systems or new materials
for collecting solar energy. CITRIS supports research in sustainability,
low-impact living and sustainable infrastructures.
We are founding members of the UCTV channel that shares research and innovations for improving our relationship with our planet with the general public.