For Conference Taking Place in Late June in Sacramento
Organizers of the second annual Rethink Methane Symposium have opened registration for the conference, which takes place June 29-30 at the Sheraton Grand in Sacramento, Calif.
Registrations are discounted by $175.
There is no fee for government and non-profit representatives.
The goal of the conference is inform stakeholders from the bioenergy, solar, wind, hydrogen, fuel cell and natural gas industries – and California policymakers – providing insight into the significant environmental, public health, and economic benefits of biomethane/renewable natural gas.
Stakeholders will also learn about changes to be made to policy, regulation and incentives to increase the production and consumption of RNG in the state.
The Debate Will Be in Full Swing
“Several renewable energy bills are on the docket for the 2016 legislative session, so the debate over the policies, regulations, and incentives that should be adopted to encourage the production and consumption of renewable methane is in full swing,” says organizer (and Fleets & Fuels publisher) GNA – Gladstein, Neandross & Associates.
“Leverage this opportunity to make meaningful connections with the policymakers charged with implementing California’s Global Warming Solutions ACT (AB-32) and the Governor’s goal to reduce petroleum use in California by 50% by 2030,” GNA said in opening the conference registration this week.
“By demonstrating the viability of your products and services, you can help expand the renewable methane market and create new revenue streams for your organization.”
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Source: Gladstein, Neandross & Associates with Fleets & Fuels follow-up