New bioenergy association aims to reinforce new US policies
A new association has been launched in Sacramento to promote bioenergy across California this February.
The initiative, named the Bioenergy Association of California, will be led by former deputy secretary for climate change and energy at the California Resources Agency Julia Levin and consist of agencies and businesses interested in furthering sustainable development.
‘California is poised for huge growth in bioenergy development,’ Levin was quoted as saying. ‘We want to lead the way and ensure that recently enacted state policies help the industry grow quickly and sustainably.’