RFS Set Rule: Considerations for Co-Digestion Webinar

In late June, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) released the long-awaited Set Rule final language for its Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). Although the pathway for the generation of Renewable Identification Number (RIN) credits associated with renewable electricity and vehicle charging (eRINs) was removed, other highly significant changes impacting the biogas and renewable natural gas (RNG) industry were retained. One of those important changes includes RIN apportionment between D3 and D5 RINs whereby digesters can now continue to generate D3 RINs through biogas or RNG from wastewater or manure, and further generate D5 RINs through any additional biogas or RNG produced from accepting and co-digesting food waste. This effectively allows digesters to capture D3 RIN revenue that was not previously possible.

Learn more from the technical and regulatory experts at EcoEngineers on how your biogas and RNG projects can benefit from this newly implemented change.

Dave Lindenmuth
Sean Gassen
Andrew Clapp

H2 + LCA: Demystifying Life-Cycle Analysis for Hydrogen Webinar

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) signed into law August 2022 contains potentially more than $100 billion of tax incentives over its lifetime. Project developers have the opportunity to seize on and set in motion a rapid-growth pathway for the clean hydrogen economy. This 10-year tax credit is extremely valuable and represents a substantial share of the economic proposition for clean hydrogen production. Specifically, the IRA’s 45V tax credit requires emissions from hydrogen production to meet a low-carbon threshold on a well-to-gate life-cycle basis. To determine eligibility, project developers need a carbon intensity (CI) score.

In this webinar, EcoEngineers will speak about carbon Life-Cycle Analysis (LCA), including factors that affect CI, project eligibility and compliance, and delve into strategies for project developers to navigate regulatory uncertainty effectively and share practical guidance on technology selection.


Tanya Peacock
Tanya Peacock
Ghasideh Pourhashem, Ph.D.
Guillermo Aguirre