Biofuel And Biomethane ‘Lessons Learned and Pitfalls to Avoid’
The California Energy Commission is planning a Technology Merit Review “to highlight key ingredients for successful development of biofuel and biomethane projects.” The September 18 meeting in Sacramento will focus on existing and potential work funded by CEC’s ARFVTP, the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program.
“This workshop presents an opportunity to highlight key ingredients for success, lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid from several ARFVTP biofuel and biomethane project funding recipients,” the agency says.
Better Plans and Solicitations
“This information can benefit existing and future projects and help the Energy Commission adapt and improve future investment plans and solicitations.”
The workshop will include comments from independent peer reviewers of individual projects. The meeting “is an initial step to establish an annual Technology Merit Review for ARFVTP projects and technology sectors, which might adopt and adapt aspects of similar activities conducted by the U.S. Department of Energy.”
Janea Scott, the agency’s lead commissioner for transportation, will preside.
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Source: CEC with Fleets & Fuels follow-up