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International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo

Sept. 15-17, 2020  |  Virtual  |  Register here

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The Pathway to Clean Energy Innovation – An EcoEngineers Webinar

In this webinar originally held on July 28, 2020, the experts at EcoEngineers discussed some of the critical questions a clean energy project owner should be asking.

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Eco Insights Episode 4: Regional low-carbon fuel standard initiatives

Learn what’s going on with regional low-carbon fuels initiatives in New York and Washington from the people on the front lines of legislative change.
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EcoEngineers presents pathway to clean energy projects in new webinar

Renewable energy industry innovators who bring new projects (feedstock, fuel type, or technology) to market are essential to moving the clean energy economy forward. However, these trailblazers often find themselves up against barriers to qualify for energy credits under the various state and federal renewable fuels programs.

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CI: Go Low or Stay Home – An EcoEngineers Webinar

On June 30, EcoEngineers held a webinar entitled “CI: Go Low or Stay Home.” The webinar was based on our research and the latest LCFS program reporting data between 2011-2019, which was released by CARB in May 2020. You can watch the whole presentation online now.

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Eco Insights Episode 3: Checking in on the Clean Energy Economy

The experts at EcoEngineers check in and take a pulse on what’s happening in the Clean Energy Economy. On the docket are the USEPA’s new “gap filings,” electric and hydrogen pathways coming to market, updates on Brazil’s RenovaBio market, how ethanol producers are getting innovative in uncertain times, and emerging voluntary markets. Read more

You’re invited to “CI: Go Low or Stay Home”

We’d like to invite you to our upcoming webinar, CI: Go Low or Stay Home. The live event will be at 2 p.m. CST on Tuesday, June 30, 2020.
 
Join EcoEngineers and its team of Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) regulatory and life-cycle analysis experts as they discuss LCFS reporting data from 2019 and the resulting projected carbon intensity (CI) scores required for biofuels headed to the California market to remain competitive through 2023. 
 
What you will learn in the webinar:    
  • Overview of LCFS compliance curves and CI targets
  • The CI score your fuel will need to remain competitive to 2023
  • The levers you can pull to lower your CI now
  • A Q&A Session with our experts

Register for the Webinar

We hope you can join us! Register above to receive webinar and recording information.

Exploring CI Scores for RNG Facilities: An EcoEngineers Webinar

EcoEngineers hosted a webinar on April 14, 2020, titled “Exploring CI Scores for RNG Facilities.” Our team of LCFS and life-cycle analysis experts discussed the carbon intensities (CI) of various RNG feedstocks and processes. Read more

It’s Official: EcoEngineers is an LCFS Verification Body with 10 Lead Verifiers

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) announced its list of accredited Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) Verification Bodies and Individual Verifiers online on January 21. Those listed are accredited through 2023, and EcoEngineers is well-represented. See the full lists here: https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/lcfs-verification.

EcoEngineers has ten accredited LCFS Lead Verifiers. These highly skilled individuals are certified to help with every qualifying fuel type and will be able to provide the following services:

  • Fuel Pathway Applications
  • Fuel Pathway Reports
  • Quarterly Fuel Transactions Reports for Alternative Fuels
  • Petroleum-based Fuel Reports
  • Carbon Capture and Sequestration Reports

In 2019, EcoEngineers was voted as “Best Verifier” of Renewable Identification Numbers in the U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard by Environmental Finance, and we are bringing the same integrity and expertise to the Validation and Verification procedures of California’s LCFS.

For more information about our verification services, contact Kathy MacBeth, Director of Sales & Marketing, at kmacbeth@ecoengineers.us or 515-985-1269.

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