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July 28, 2014
12 pm -1:15 pm ET

RFS Webinar: Understanding EPA’s New Biogas Rule (Pathways II)

EPA’s newest final rule for the Renewable Fuel Standard is a major step forward for the biogas to vehicle fuel projects. Register today and learn why.
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For any of you who are active in the ABC, you know that we have been working with the EPA to communicate the updates needed to the RFS to allow food waste and non-manure agricultural biogas projects to qualify for the program and to allow biogas to be recognized for its cellulosic content and to therefore be able to generate the most valuable types of credits under the RFS: “cellulosic” advanced biofuel or “D3” RINs. But fter reviewing the 195-page final rule, we were shocked. The EPA delivered virtually everything we asked for and more which should help build new customer bases for organizations that want to produce biogas and use it as a transportation fuel! There are many ins and outs of this detailed rule which focuses heavily on biogas systems and feedstocks and the fuel products they produce. As speakers, we’re fortunate to have both EPA staff and industry experts who will explain the rule and its implications in greater detail. Webinar participants will also have an opportunity to participate in the Q&A session after the presentations.

What will be discussed:
  1. How the rule has changed to treat CNG and LNG as the fuel and biogas from specified sources as the fuel feedstock;
  2. The new cellulosic pathways which include biogas from landfills, municipal wastewater treatment facility digesters, agricultural digesters, and separated MSW digesters;
  3. The advanced pathway for fuels from waste digester biogas and what the difference is between waste digesters and separated MSW digesters;
  4. How the rule adds renewable electricity as a fuel and includes biogas from landfills, wastewater treatment facility digesters, agricultural digesters, separated MSW digesters, and waste digesters as an eligible feedstock;
  5. How does the rule treat digesters that use a mix of substrates, especially some that generate D3 RINs and some that generate D5 RINs;
  6. Who generates the RINs? The digester? The gas upgrader? The compression and dispensing system?
  7. And much, much more...

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Speakers
Patrick Serfass Moderator: Patrick Serfass, Executive Director, American Biogas Council

Patrick has led the American Biogas Council since its creation in early 2010 when 22 companies came together to form a new biogas organization. Patrick co-led the formal creation of the ABC in close coordination with these companies, laying the foundation for the first U.S. biogas trade association dedicated to building business in biogas and anaerobic digestion. In 2011, the Board of Directors elected Patrick to serve as Executive Director where he continues today.
Harrison Clay Harrison Clay
President of Renewable Fuels, Clean Energy Fuels

President of Clean Energy subsidiary Clean Energy Renewable Fuels, also serves on the Board of Managers for Dallas Clean Energy McCommas Bluff and Canton Renewables, Clean Energy’s landfill gas processing companies. Mr. Clay is responsible for leading Clean Energy’s efforts to produce and sell renewable natural gas (or biomethane) that is derived from the anaerobic decomposition of organic waste.
Karyn Jones Karyn Jones
Chief Operations Officer, EcoEngineers

Ms. Jones is COO and Quality Assurance Program (QAP) Manager at EcoEngineers. Ms. Jones has successfully registered several biogas projects with the EPA under the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS); she ensures that their RIN revenues are secure by managing their underlying compliance. EcoEngineers develops and manages biogas projects that produce CNG/LNG for transportation and provides energy credit and compliance management for all renewable transportation fuels regulated under the RFS. EcoEngineers was instrumental in developing the final QAP rules recently announced by the EPA, which establishes a protocol to ensure quality and liquidity for Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs).
RFS Pathways II Expert TBA

Our Pathways II expert knows the rule inside and out and will be on hand to walk you through all the elements that pertain to the biogas industry.  


Previous Webinars

Bioenergy Association of CaliforniaMay 22, 2014
12:30 - 1:30 p.m. ET
(9:30 - 10:30 a.m. PT)
Making Pipeline Biogas Work in California


This webinar will provide up to date information on the regulation and development of pipeline biogas in California, including new standards proposed under AB 1900 and proposed biogas tariffs. The presenters represent key perspectives in the State, biofuel project development, regulatory and government affairs, and the utility industry.

Webinar Recording and Presentations

Presenters
Julia Levin Moderator: Julia Levin, Executive Director, Bioenergy Association of California

Julia served as the Deputy Secretary for Climate Change and Energy at the California Resources Agency where she chaired the Governor’s Inter-Agency Bioenergy Working Group and led development of California’s 2012 Bioenergy Action Plan. Julia has also served as a Commissioner on the California Energy Commission, where she was the Presiding Commissioner for Renewable Energy. Julia has also served as the Global Warming Director for the National Audubon Society and the California Policy Director for the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Charles A. White, P.E. Chuck White, P.E., Director of Regulatory Affairs, Public and Government Affairs, Waste Management

Prior to joining Waste Management, Chuck held positions in California state government, including management positions with the State Water Resources Control Board and Regional Water Quality Control Boards. Chuck left government service in 1990 to assume his current position as Director of Regulatory Affairs for Waste Management in the Western U.S. He is actively engaged in waste-based renewable and low carbon energy, the development of California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard, and greenhouse gas regulation and control. Chuck will discuss the current regulatory status of pipeline biogas in California, and specifically address the new standards under AB 1900.
Jim Lucas Jim Lucas, Market Development Manager, Sempra Energy

Jim is a Market Development Manager for the Southern California Gas Company. One of his group’s missions is to support, promote and further develop the biogas market by educating customers on the benefits of biomethane and how to create value from their organic waste. Jim’s team also manages SoCalGas’ Biogas Conditioning/Upgrading Services Tariff which was recently approved by the California Public Utilities Commission. Since starting with SoCalGas over 18 years ago, Jim has held a variety of positions relating to Product Development, Project Management, Energy Efficiency, Operations, Financial Analysis, and Engineering. Jim will share news about the new AB 1900 standards, and also discuss Southern California Gas' newly approved Biogas Conditioning/Upgrading Services Tariff.
Kenneth J. Frisbie Kenneth J. Frisbie, Managing Director, BioFuels Energy LLC

Ken Frisbie had an extensive background experience in financing, owning and running companies. He previously started, owned and operated a company by the name of Fluid Ink Technology which he built from a start-up to $25 million in revenue with 100 employees. In 2007, Mr. Frisbie formed BioFuels Energy LLC, a company that connects biomethane resources such as landfills, wastewater plants and digesters to renewable energy users such as cities and universities. In 2010, BioFuels built, owns and operates a biomethane purification plant at the Point Loma WWTP, San Diego County. The product is injected into a utility pipeline and nominated to 2 fuel cell power plants. Ken will discuss his firm’s experiences with pipeline biogas, lessons learned, and tips for biofuel developers.



May 21, 2014
12 pm -1:15 pm ET

Biogas Upgrading Technologies: Selection Criteria and Economics


Join us for a discussion of the most popular biogas upgrading technologies as a practical guide to choosing the right technology for your project.

We'll be featuring two case studies to illustrate the economic breakpoints and operational differences between the technologies:

  • Case study: small- to mid-sized applications
  • Case study: mid- and large-sized biogas applications
In the United States we have some of the most challenging gas specifications in the world combined with a distribution system that is still getting comfortable with Renewable Natural Gas. Join us to discuss how to balance pipeline gas specifications, technology and project economics to successfully upgrade biogas to vehicle fuel and pipeline grade natural gas. We will discuss how technology can drive project profitability and minimize frustration by avoiding the most common mistakes and omissions from your project planning and Proforma.

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. You may submit your questions directly to the speaker during the webinar.


Webinar Recording and Presentations

Speakers

Tim Robinson Tim Robinson - President, Robinson Group, LLC

Robinson Group LLC custom designs, installs, fine-tunes and operates biogas-to-energy systems for manufacturers, consultants, municipalities and energy companies. We are recognized as the worldwide leader in conditioning and recouping waste stream biogas - including chilling; compressing; and removal of sulfur, carbon dioxide and siloxane - with the end goal for our customers of clean power generation and a stronger bottom line. We can help you with straightforward solutions to complex problems, whether you have an existing system with gas purification problems or want to realize the financial and power benefits of a complete biogas conditioning system.
Robert Lems Robert Lems - Manager of the Americas, DMT Environmental Technology

Robert Lems has been working for DMT for almost 10 years now. Developing plants for air, water and biogas treatment. As R&D manager he helped to develop several technologies for desulphurization and biogas upgrading. He has been involved in the first and biggest upgrading plant in the UK using high selective membranes. Now he is planning on moving to the US to help develop successful biogas project with his technological expertise and knowledge.
Ashwani Kumar Ashwani Kumar - Global Director, Process Engineering, Anaergia

Mr. Ashwani has over 20 years of multifaceted experience in offering sustainable solutions for the generation of renewable energy and the conversion of waste to resources in Industrial , Agricultural and Municipal Sector. Presently he lead a team of design engineers, design managers and project managers throughout the project life cycle - project development, construction and operation at Anaergia Inc. He brings the global experience in design, construction and operation of renewable energy projects and holds distinction in designing organic processing systems that make the best use of available process technologies and thus maximizing ROI for end customers.



Bioenergy Association of CaliforniaMay 7, 2014
12:30 - 1:30 p.m. ET
(9:30 - 10:30 a.m. PT)
Public Funding Opportunities for California Bioenergy Projects

This webinar will provide up to date information on public funding opportunities for bioenergy development in California, including cap and trade proceeds in the Governor’s proposed budget, funding for renewable electricity and low carbon fuels development. The presenters will be from the California Energy Commission, CalRecycle and California Department of Food & Agriculture.

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. You may submit your questions directly to the speaker during the webinar.

Webinar Recording and Presentations


Presenters
Julia Levin Moderator: Julia Levin, Executive Director, Bioenergy Association of California

Julia served as the Deputy Secretary for Climate Change and Energy at the California Resources Agency where she chaired the Governor’s Inter-Agency Bioenergy Working Group and led development of California’s 2012 Bioenergy Action Plan. Julia has also served as a Commissioner on the California Energy Commission for renewable energy.
Scott Smithline Scott Smithline, Deputy Director for Policy, CalRecycle

Appointed to the CalRecycle Executive Team by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2011, Scott is one of the state’s leading experts in recycling and waste management policy. He has an expert understanding of the systemic issues surrounding solid waste conversion technologies, including environmental and economic issues. Scott previously served as Director of Legal and Regulatory affairs for Californians Against Waste. He is an environmental attorney with over 15 years’ experience in California climate, greenhouse gas and waste policies.
Sandra Schubert Sandra Schubert, Undersecretary, California Department of Food and Agriculture

Undersecretary Sandra Schubert was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown in May of 2011. She has spent two decades as a legal and political strategist for government and non-profits on a variety of agricultural, public health, environmental and resource issues, and has nearly 15 years experience working in Washington, DC. On behalf of the Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate and a Ranking Committee member, she developed and successfully carried out campaigns on major energy, environmental quality and agricultural issues.
Laurie ten Hope Laurie ten Hope, Deputy Director, Energy Research and Development Division, California Energy Commission

Laurie leads the State's public interest R&D to advance clean energy innovation and technology development. The program is a catalyst for transforming to a renewable and efficient energy future. Laurie previously served as Senior Advisor for Commissioner Jeffrey Byron, with a policy focus on energy efficiency, distributed energy, public interest RD&D, and transmission access for renewables. She also managed the Energy Systems Research Office at the California Energy Commission.
Jim McKinney Jim McKinney, Program Manager for the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, California Energy Commission

Jim McKinney is the Program Manager for the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program at the California Energy Commission - California’s lead agency for energy information and policy development. The Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program is a 15-year, $1.5 billion investment fund established by the California Legislature that is intended to spur innovation and the commercialization of new technologies in California’s alternative fuel and vehicle markets to enable the state to meet its ambitious greenhouse gas emissions reductions and petroleum use reduction goals. As Program Manager, Mr. McKinney is responsible for program and policy issues in all technology and fuel areas funded through ARFVTP. He has more than 25 years’ experience on energy-environment policy and technical issues in California. He began his career with Pacific Gas and Electric Company of San Francisco in 1985, and transitioned to the public sector at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 9 Office in 1995. He has been with the Energy Commission since 2000. He holds a Masters in Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, with an emphasis in Environmental Policy. He lives with his family in Davis, California.

Bioenergy Association of CaliforniaApril 17, 2014
12 - 1 p.m. ET
(9 - 10 a.m. PT)
Emerging Issues and Opportunities with the Low Carbon Fuel Standard

Peter Weisberg, Senior Project Analyst, The Climate Trust, will present information on:

  • what environmental benefits the LCFS captures (compared to RINS, carbon offsets, and REC markets)
  • how the LCFS credits are calculated
  • the value of the LCFS credits at different carbon intensities
  • the proposed "Green Credit Reserve" in California which could enable projects to attain long-term financing based on LCFS revenues
Stefan Unnasch, Managing Director of Life Cycle Associates, LLC, will present information on:
  • fuel pathway options for biogas
  • GHG Accounting
  • requirements for LCFS certification and record keeping
  • maximizing the value of of LCFS credits for biogas.
Harrison Clay, President, Clean Energy Renewable Fuels, will also present during this webinar.

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. You may submit your questions directly to the speaker during the webinar.

Webinar Recording and Presentations

Presenters
Stefan Unnasch Stefan Unnasch - Managing Director of Life Cycle Associates, LLC

Managing life cycle GHG studies for fuel developers and developing of a new sustainability assessment tool. Helping biofuel developers assess their GHG footprint under government regulations including the EPA RFS2, California LCFS, EISA Section 526, aviation fuel sustainability programs, and the European Renewable Energy Directive. Documenting the carbon intensity for a number of alternative and renewable transportation fuel pathways using GREET results, as well as quantifying other life cycle impacts of these pathways.
Peter Weisberg Peter Weisberg - Senior Project Analyst, The Climate Trust

Peter originates, analyzes and invests in new projects for The Climate Trust and its clients. Peter provides technical expertise for all aspects of The Climate Trust’s work, with a focus on understanding and applying existing and proposed carbon market protocols. He also serves as the lead technical resource for the innovative work on new project sectors, methodologies and offset quality criteria. Peter has over four years of experience working in carbon markets.
Harrison Clay Harrison Clay - President, Clean Energy Renewable Fuels

President of Clean Energy subsidiary Clean Energy Renewable Fuels, also serves on the Board of Managers for Dallas Clean Energy McCommas Bluff and Canton Renewables, Clean Energy’s landfill gas processing companies. Mr. Clay is responsible for leading Clean Energy’s efforts to produce and sell renewable natural gas (or biomethane) that is derived from the anaerobic decomposition of organic waste.



Bioenergy Association of CaliforniaMarch 14, 2014
12 - 1 p.m. ET
(9 - 10 a.m. PT)
Financing California Biogas Projects

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. You may submit your questions directly to the speaker during the webinar

Webinar Recording and Presentations

Presenters
Shawn Garvey Introductory Speaker

Shawn Garvey
- Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs, CleanWorld

Shawn has worked with CleanWorld since 2009, successfully developing regulatory, legislative, public fund and incentive strategies that have resulted in more than $15 million in non-dilutive investments and incentives. In 2006, Shawn founded The Grant Farm, which has worked to successfully fund more than $400 million in renewable energy, transportation and infrastructure projects throughout the U.S. He also served in the Clinton administration as a Special Projects Representative for the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is a founder of the Bioenergy Association of California.
Ben Vitale Ben Vitale - Principal, Wastewater Capital Management

Investment professional and executive with over 25 years of experience demonstrating superior results by investing sustainably in pioneering companies and organizations. Goal to generate consistent shareholder returns based on the fundamental economics of resource scarcity, long-term demand trends and undervalued intrinsic environmental capital. To achieve this goal by accelerating the growth of institutional-grade investment opportunities in the United States and globally.
Caitlin Sparks Caitlin Sparks - Senior Vice President, The Prasino Group, Bio-energy Association of California officer

Caitlin Sparks is a recognized expert in international carbon, environmental assets, renewable energy development and global sustainability.

Caitlin has deep experience in all aspects of global regulatory and voluntary environmental asset markets: project development and finance, policy and legislation design, creation of international market standards, asset commercialization, portfolio management and stakeholder engagement.
Michele Wong Michele Wong - CEO, Synergex International Corporation, Bio-energy Association of California co-founder

Michele has been with Synergex International Corporation since 1982, and has served as its CEO since 1996. She has grown the company from a 20-employee, one-product firm to an internationally recognized technology innovator with a wide range of products installed in all 50 states and more than 80 nations. Sacramento Magazine has named her one of the "Best and Brightest in Sacramento" for her efforts as the acting interim executive director of the Powerhouse Science Center in addition to serving on the boards of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, KVIE Public Television, the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento Area regional Technology Alliance (SARTA), and the UC Davis External Research Advisory Board.

January 22, 2014
12 - 1 p.m. ET

The Economics of Composting for Biogas


Organic waste has the potential to produce renewable energy and marketable fertilizer products with multiple benefits. However, how much will it cost to change the status quo of tossing it in with the trash? When organic waste is sent to landfills it is contaminated and most time unusable material. Anaerobic digestion and composting facilities have the ability to transform that potential energy into efficiency if integrated to handle the organic waste stream. This webinar will enlighten you to how composting and anaerobic digestion are resourceful tools to accomplish this goal and how much it may cost if implemented.

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. At any time during the webinar you can submit your questions directly to the speakers for discussion that follows.

Webinar Recording and Presentations

  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Zak at zmitchell@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.
Presenters
Amber Blythe   Amber Blythe - Application Engineer at BIOFerm™ Energy Systems

Ms. Blythe is an Application Engineer at BIOFerm™ Energy Systems. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Madison. During her studies she focused on renewable energy and interned at GE Transportation as Test Engineer as well as at Sani-Matic, Inc. as a New Product Development Engineer. Her focus at BIOFerm is on business development. Ms. Blythe has given more than a dozen technical presentations.
Jean Bonhotal   Jean Bonhotal - Associate Director at Cornell University

Jean has worked at the Cornell Waste Management Institute in solid waste education for over 20 years,first working for Cornell Cooperative Extension in Broome County, then for the Cornell Waste Management Institute. For the last ten years, she has been working on composting feedstock from food to manure to animal carcasses. Currently her time is split between manure and carcass & butcher waste composting education and research. Compost quality and consistency in the market place has also become a high priority. Previous experience includes working with different agencies including US Forest and National Park Service, US EPA, NYS DEC and the landscape and greenhouse industry. She received an M.S. degree in Education and Communication from SUNY Binghamton in1991, a B.S. in Biology from Utah State University in 1984 and an A.A.S. in Natural Resources from SUNY Morrisville.
Josh Lieberman   Josh Lieberman - Marketing and Membership, American Biogas Council (moderator)

December 11, 2013
12 - 1 p.m. ET

Biogas Job, GHG and Economic Benefits:

New Canadian Study Revealed and the Implications and Lessons for the U.S. Biogas Industry

Produced by the American Biogas Council with Canada’s Biogas Association

This webinar will share the results of a comprehensive study just released which quantifies the energy potential of biogas in Canada from all biogas sources, specific environmental benefits, such as greenhouse gas emissions reductions, water quality and odour improvements.

The webinar will also provide data on biogas job creation and economic spinoff from new projects. The study supports a series of federal and provincial policy recommendations that Canada's Biogas Association will review during the webinar. Speakers will then address the implications and lessons learned from this study on the biogas, energy, waste and agriculture industries in the U.S.

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. At any time during the webinar, you can submit your questions directly to the speakers for the discussion that follows.

Webinar Recording and Presentations

  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Zak at zmitchell@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.
Presenters
Jennifer Green   Jennifer Green - President, Canada's Biogas Association

Jennifer Green is President of the Biogas Association, a non-profit, member driven organization that helps to grow the biogas sector to its fullest potential. Jennifer works directly on behalf of the membership, with industry leaders and biogas stakeholders to create awareness and opportunities for biogas development. She advocates for prudent regulatory and policy change; educates and promotes biogas through tours and workshops; and, helps build information and resources related to biogas.
Wayne Davis   Wayne Davis - Vice President, Harvest Power, Inc. and Chairman, American Biogas Council

Wayne H. Davis currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the American Biogas Council, and has been a member of the ABC Board since 2011. He is a Co-Founder of Harvest Power Inc. and Harvest Vice President for Community and Government Affairs. Wayne also helped catalyze creation of the Bioenergy Association of California and is a member of its board.
Patrick Serfass   Patrick Serfass - Executive Director, American Biogas Council (moderator)

Patrick has led the American Biogas Council since its creation in early 2010 when 22 companies came together to form a new biogas organization. Patrick co-led the formal creation of the ABC in close coordination with these companies, laying the foundation for the first U.S. biogas trade association dedicated to building business in biogas and anaerobic digestion. In 2011, the Board of Directors elected Patrick to serve as Executive Director where he continues today.

December 10, 2013
12 - 1 p.m. ET

Innovation Spotlight: New Feedstocks for Biogas Production

Waste from the recycling of newspapers may not have previously been thought be a good source of feedstock for anaerobic digestion largely due to its high fiber or high solids content. Well not so!


While "it's not rocket fuel," as presenter Tom Ferencevic has said, the leftover pulp from the recycling of newspapers works a lot better than any of us have expected and it also has some very promising physical characteristics for capturing some higher value co-products as a result. Translation: $$. Being both high in nutrients and high in fiber presents the opportunity to improve the revenue generated as a soil amendment on the back end. Tom will share what he's learned from working with the product to date.

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. At any time during the webinar, you can submit your questions directly to the speakers for the discussion that follows.

Webinar Recording and Presentations

  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Zak at zmitchell@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.
Presenters
Tom Ferencevic   Tom Ferencevic - VP Technology & Innovation, Yield Energy

Tom has had extensive biogas plant operational training on multiple technology platforms utilizing a variety of substrates from agricultural to urban organic wastes. Through Dr. Digester biogas services Tom delivers biological remediation and operational support services to existing, underperforming biogas plants across North America. Toms work also involves consultation to the financial industry and project developers of renewable energy projects.
Patrick Serfass   Patrick Serfass - Executive Director, American Biogas Council (moderator)

Patrick has led the American Biogas Council since its creation in early 2010 when 22 companies came together to form a new biogas organization. Patrick co-led the formal creation of the ABC in close coordination with these companies, laying the foundation for the first U.S. biogas trade association dedicated to building business in biogas and anaerobic digestion. In 2011, the Board of Directors elected Patrick to serve as Executive Director where he continues today.

December 4, 2013
12 - 1 p.m. ET

How to Avoid Digester Failures, Operating Errors--And Find Financial Success

Webinar Recording and Presentations

  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Zak at zmitchell@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.
Presenters
John Fisher   John Fisher, PE - Client Service Manager, Senior Design Leader and Operations Specialist in the Wastewater, Energy and Sustainability practice centers, SEH, Inc.

John Fisher has been active in the water/wastewater/energy and sustainability arena for forty years. His career has allowed him to be involved in design, operation, optimization, troubleshooting, construction, start-up and operator training of numerous wastewater treatment plants that have included a combination of some 90 anaerobic and aerobic digesters in six states.
Bernie Sheff   Bernie Sheff, PE - VP of Agriculture, Anaergia

Beginning in 2009, Bernie became President of UTS Residual Processing (UTS RP) in Eaton Rapids, Michigan. UTS RP is the North American sister of UTS Biogas, Munich, Germany and is responsible for high solids digestion process and technology transfer to North America. UTS RP is part of the Anaergia Group of Companies.
Patrick Serfass   Patrick Serfass - Executive Director, American Biogas Council (moderator)

Patrick has led the American Biogas Council since its creation in early 2010 when 22 companies came together to form a new biogas organization. Patrick co-led the formal creation of the ABC in close coordination with these companies, laying the foundation for the first U.S. biogas trade association dedicated to building business in biogas and anaerobic digestion. In 2011, the Board of Directors elected Patrick to serve as Executive Director where he continues today.


October 18, 2013
11:30 am - 12:10 p.m. ET

How to Preserve the Use of the Investment Tax Credit in Your Biogas Projects

Review the steps required to preserve use of the Investment Tax Credit in biogas projects before its expiration on December 31, 2013.
Learn about the recent IRS notices regarding "Begun Construction" requirements.

  • What are the rules?
  • What do they mean to a project owner?
  • How can vendors support meeting "Begun Construction" requirements?
Who should attend: Any stakeholder, developer, vendor or investor who is involved in biogas electricity projects that may be using or considering use of the biogas investment tax credit.

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. You may submit your questions directly to the speaker during the webinar

Webinar Recording and Presentations
  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Josh at jlieberman@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.
Presenters
Mike Land Mike Land, Director

Michael Land, Director with Baker Tilly Capital, LLC has been with the firm since 1997. He provides financial advisory and private investment banking services to clients in the renewable energy industry. This includes private placements of equity and debt, mergers and acquisitions assistance, due diligence, and general corporate finance consulting.
Cory Wendt Cory Wendt, Manager, Energy and Utilities

Cory Wendt, Manager with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, joined the firm in 2010. Cory provides comprehensive financial and development support to clients associated with energy, industrial, and process manufacturing environments.

Prior to joining the firm, Cory served as Vice President of Development for a privately held renewable energy company where he was responsible for corporate capital raises, project development, ongoing business model creation, technology pricing, and support of technology transfer to strategic partners. Additionally, Cory worked in private equity where he helped to identify and acquire middle-market manufacturers for a Chicago-based firm.
Joel Laubenstein Joel Laubenstein, Manager, Energy and Utilities

Joel Laubenstein, Manager with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP’s Energy and Utilities team, has been with the firm since 2008. Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Joel served as a Project Manager for a privately held renewable energy project developer, where he was responsible for technology transfer, site selection, contract negotiation, and capital structuring and acquisition.

Joel specializes in the management of client renewable energy initiatives. He provides support in technology due diligence, project feasibility analysis, financial modeling, contract structuring and negotiation, and debt and equity procurement.

October 4, 2013
12 - 1 p.m. ET

Case Studies: Using and Generating Revenue from Biogas Co-Products, Digestate

Biogas Co-Products or "Digestate" is the valuable, nutrient-rich, fibrous end product after you put organic waste into a biogas system and the gas has already been collected. How valuable? Join the ABC for an hour, October 4 to find out!

When project developers in the biogas industry talk today about growth areas, the conversation quickly steers towards co-products, how to use them and how to make sure that someone will want to buy the co-products a biogas project generates. Our energetic, expert speakers all have direct experience using and selling co-products. They'll give you a look into some specific projects and help you to become more familiar with valuable co-products and their varied uses.

Who should attend?

  • Biogas project developers
  • Anyone responsible for managing organic waste from food processors, hospitals, grocery stores, restaurants and office buildings
  • Anyone who's looking for new, nutrient rich-soil amendments
  • Federal agencies interested in understanding how co-products/digestate is being used today
  • Anyone with an interest in learning more about the frontier of the biogas industry
  • Investors looking for new areas for investment in the renewable energy space
An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. At any time during the webinar, you can submit your questions directly to the speakers for the discussion that follows.

Webinar Recording and Presentations
  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Josh at jlieberman@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.
Presenters
  • Moderator: Tom Ferencevic - VP Technology and Innovation, Yield Energy, Inc.
  • Trevor Nickel - General Manager, Himark bioGas
  • Shawn Garvey - VP Communications and Public Affairs, Clean World Partners


June 20, 2013
11:30 - 12:30 p.m. ET

RFS2 Proposed Amendments: From Concept to RIN Opportunity

Explore what the EPA's proposed RFS2 amendments mean for renewable identification number (RIN) trading opportunities and the renewable energy industry.  We will be joined by renewable energy legal experts as well as biofuel industry leaders.

Webinar Recording and Presentations
  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Josh at jlieberman@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.
Presenters

Cameron PrellCameron Prell
Senior Counsel, McGuireWoods, LLP

Cameron concentrates his practice on transactional matters related to energy, environmental, natural resource and financial laws and regulation, with a particular focus on energy markets, infrastructure, advanced technologies and sustainable finance and development. For the past 15 years, he has helped domestic and international clients develop energy, water and environmental projects, trade energy and environmental assets and associated derivatives, and pursue sustainable, low carbon capital investments through equity investment, public-private partnerships or innovative debt financing.

Bernadette RappoldBernadette Rappold- Partner, McGuireWoods, LLP

Bernadette counsels clients on a range of energy and environmental regulatory issues on federal and state levels. She provides advice on regulatory compliance as well as strategic advice on the environmental, safety and health aspects of numerous business and real estate transactions, including water, air and chemical hazards. Bernadette has substantial litigation, regulatory and policy experience under several environmental statues including the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (Superfund) and the Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Rodenticide Act, among others.



June 11, 2013
12 - 1 p.m. ET

RFS2: What Biogas Companies Need to Know

The Environmental Protection Agency recently amended elements from its renewable fuels standards (RFS) program. This action greatly expanded the possible pathways for the biogas industry to develop its capabilities and business opportunities. This webinar reveals what this means for members of the American Biogas Council and other biogas stakeholders.


Webinar Recording and Presentations

  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Josh at jlieberman@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.

Presenters

Paul ArgyropoulosPaul Argyropoulos
Senior Policy Advisor, Environmental Protection Agency Paul Argyropoulos is a Senior Policy Advisor in EPA's Office of Transportation & Air Quality. He is responsible for providing advice and analysis to the Office Director on a broad range of transportation program issues with a focus on fuels. He chaired EPA's intra-agency work groups for the national renewable fuels standard programs implemented under both the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. He began his career at EPA where he also served for more than 13 years in EPA's Office of Mobile Sources supporting development, implementation and enforcement of federal and state regulations, with a focus on fuel quality and vehicle emissions programs.

Angela F. DickensAngela F. Dickens, Ph.D.
AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow, Environmental Protection Agency Angela Dickens is an AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow at the U.S. EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, Transportation and Climate Division, where she works on the Renewable Fuel Standard program. Angie received her B.A. in chemistry from Carleton College, her Ph.D. from the University of Washington in chemistry, and a NOSAMS Postdoctoral Scholarship for her work at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Prior to beginning her fellowship, she was an Assistant Professor of chemistry at Mount Holyoke College, where she taught courses in biogeochemistry and climate change, among other subjects, and ran an organic geochemistry research lab.

Kerry KellyKerry Kelly
Director of Federal Public Affairs, Waste Management Kerry Kelly represents WM before federal agencies and Congress on environmental issues including solid and hazardous waste management, clean air regulatory matters and global climate change. Prior to joining WM in 2005 Kerry was Senior Director, Environment & Federal Affairs for the American Chemistry Council, representing chemical manufacturers on environmental, waste management and site cleanup issues. She also served as Manager, Federal Relations, Tenneco Inc., a global manufacturing company. Kerry's government service includes serving as Special Assistant to the Director of the Superfund program at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, as the national program coordinator for accelerated cleanup initiative; as a Professional Staff Member, with the U.S. House Committee on Public Works and Transportation; and at the state level, as a Senior Analyst with the Florida Legislature, on the oversight and investigative staff of the Florida Senate President and Speaker of the House. Kerry has a Masters of Public Affairs from the Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas in Austin, and a B.A. in Political Science & Public Administration from the University of Florida. Kerry serves on the Boards of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) and the American Biogas Council.



Thursday, April 11, 2013
11 am - 12 pm ET

U.S. Market Value of Anaerobic Digester Products

The national market for digester products is $2.9 billion. The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy commissioned a new report that outlines the industry-wide production possibilities and market values that can be achieved by disposing of cow manure and organic substrates such as food waste in anaerobic digester systems. Find out more by attending this FREE webinar.

In addition, the American Biogas Council will describe national activities to grow the market for biogas systems and their co-products with an invitation for your participation and advice.

Webinar Presentation


April 3, 2013
12 - 1 p.m. ET

Labeling and Registration Options for Digested Residuals

Rating

4 out of 5 stars
Legislation in some states may require additional fees for fertilizer from digested residuals, given concerns over organic nutrients contained in the product. This webinar covers labeling techniques and registration methods for digested residuals. The featured speaker has over 15 years of experience in the field and will discuss successful strategies for digested residuals and their implications for complying with state legislation. Topics include:

  • The basics of labeling digested residuals
  • Registering your digested residuals to improve sales
  • Meeting state fertilizer and soil amendment regulations
  • Insight into the costs and benefits of digested residuals labeling and handling
This webinar is geared toward farmers, digester operators, project developers and owners, consultants, and anyone who is interested in biogas project development and AD co-product utilization.

Webinar Recording and Presentations
  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Josh at jlieberman@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.

Presenter

Ron AlexanderRon Alexander
President, R. Alexander Associates

Ron Alexander is a horticulturist with almost 30 years of experience working with compost and other organic recycled products. He is the President of R. Alexander Associates, Inc., a consulting company specializing in product and market development for organic recycled products. He has completed over 400 related projects since becoming a consultant and has also been working on the development of digestate based products, and product labeling and registration for the past 15 years.

Previously, Mr. Alexander was Vice President of Marketing for a firm specializing in the marketing of composted products. He is the author of The Practical Guide to Compost Marketing and Sales; the second edition is now available through BioCycle, www.biocycle.net.  




March 13, 2013
1 p.m. ET

Assess Your Biogas Projects with a New NREL Tool

NREL is pleased to announce the release of a new update to the Cost of Renewable Energy Spreadsheet Tool (CREST) model suite, designed to assess the economics of anaerobic digestion (AD) of organic material.

This free tool allows policymakers, regulators and biogas professionals in the industry to understand and assess project economics, design cost-based incentives and evaluate the impact of various state and federal support structures.

Anaerobic digestion represents a technological advancement in the use of organic waste materials to produce energy. Industries are now able to utilize their waste to generate revenue or offset costs. Please join to hear more about the technology and the evaluation capabilities of the new CREST tool.

An interactive Q&A period will follow the presentations. You may submit your questions directly to the speakers during the webinar.

Webinar Access

Join this webinar on March 13 using the following participation link: https://www.mymeetings.com/nc/join.php?i=PW8263328&p=8719027&t=c

  • Conference number: PW8263328
  • Conference passcode: 8719027
Speakers

  • Wayne Davis, Harvest Power - ABC Chairman
  • Tony Callendrello, NEO Energy - ABC Co-Chair, State Legislative & Regulatory Affair Activities
  • Michael Mendelsohn, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • Jason Gifford, Sustainable Energy Advantage


February 26, 2013
12 - 1 p.m. ET

Moving Projects Forward: Successful Tools and Steps Taken to Complete a Biogas Project

Biogas projects can be complex, and each project has its own unique circumstances under which it is being built.
Is it a waste treatment or distributed energy generation facility? A resource to fuel vehicle fleets? An extension of manufacturing? All of the above? 

Learn what what makes biogas projects successful by registering for this webinar. Topics include:
  • How to assess if your project is viable 
  • Building a successful project team and minimizing project risks 
  • Real-life projects: what is getting done and why   
  • Bonus: An update on energy legislation relevant to biogas projects
Webinar Recording and Presentation
  • If you attended this webinar, or are an ABC member, email Josh at jlieberman@ttcorp.com for information on accessing the recording and speaker presentations.


Baker Tilly Presenters

Mike Land Mike Land, Director

Michael Land, Director with Baker Tilly Capital, LLC has been with the firm since 1997. He provides financial advisory and private investment banking services to clients in the renewable energy industry. This includes private placements of equity and debt, mergers and acquisitions assistance, due diligence, and general corporate finance consulting.
Rich Frohmader Rich Frohmader, Tax Partner, Manufacturing

Michael Land, Director with Baker Tilly Capital, LLC has been with the firm since 1997. He provides financial advisory and private investment banking services to clients in the renewable energy industry. This includes private placements of equity and debt, mergers and acquisitions assistance, due diligence, and general corporate finance consulting.
Cory Wendt Cory Wendt, Manager, Energy and Utilities

Cory Wendt, Manager with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, joined the firm in 2010. Cory provides comprehensive financial and development support to clients associated with energy, industrial, and process manufacturing environments.

Prior to joining the firm, Cory served as Vice President of Development for a privately held renewable energy company where he was responsible for corporate capital raises, project development, ongoing business model creation, technology pricing, and support of technology transfer to strategic partners. Additionally, Cory worked in private equity where he helped to identify and acquire middle-market manufacturers for a Chicago-based firm.
Joel Laubenstein Joel Laubenstein, Manager, Energy and Utilities

Joel Laubenstein, Manager with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP’s Energy and Utilities team, has been with the firm since 2008. Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Joel served as a Project Manager for a privately held renewable energy project developer, where he was responsible for technology transfer, site selection, contract negotiation, and capital structuring and acquisition.

Joel specializes in the management of client renewable energy initiatives. He provides support in technology due diligence, project feasibility analysis, financial modeling, contract structuring and negotiation, and debt and equity procurement.




December 11, 2012
12 - 12:45 p.m. ET

AD Tax Credits, Section 1603 Grant Updates and Audit Activity

Learn the latest updates on Section 1603, the current wave of audit activity surrounding grant claims and what you can be doing at present. Our expert panelist covered these burning questions and more:
  • What issues may arise with respect to Section 1603 grants for projects that have received or will receive grants?
  • What can people do now to be prepared for an audit of tax credits or Section 1603 credits claimed for existing or under construction projects?
  • What can people do now to take advantage of currently available incentives for future AD projects?
  • How might sequestration impact 1603 grants?
Webinar Recording and Presentation


Presenter
Amish Shah - Partner, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP

Amish Shah handles matters involving domestic and international tax planning and tax controversy. Amish regularly advises clients on the tax consequences of acquisitions, dispositions and other restructurings involving both domestic and foreign entities.

Amish also advises clients with respect to incentives for renewable and alternative energy investments, and structuring renewable energy investments to maximize the availability of tax credits and other incentives (including the nonconventional fuels tax credit, alcohol fuels and biodiesel credits, section 45 production tax credit and section 48 investment tax credits). Amish also represents clients seeking U.S. Department of the Treasury grants for renewable energy projects, IRS rulings on energy tax credit matters and advice on renewable energy IRS controversy matters.




September 27, 2012
Noon - 1 p.m. ET

Operation and Maintenance

Topics
  • Data collection, recording, trending and software
  • Testing (VFA, alkalinity, &c.)
  • Pump maintenance
  • Temperature maintenance (winter heat)
  • Tank maintenance (grit, floatables)

Webinar Recording and Presentations


Presenters

  • Chris Marinucci – Control Systems Integration Manager, O’Brien & Gere
  • Tom Ferencevic – Founding Partner & VP of Technical Services, Yield Energy Inc.
  • Shannon Carroll - AGreen Plant Manager, Casella Organics



September 12, 2012
Noon - 1 p.m. ET

Financing Biogas to Electricity Projects
Webinar sponsored by Caterpillar

Webinar Recording and Presentations

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Financing Biogas to Electricy Projects

Presenters

  • Jon Best - Sr. International Account Manager for Renewable Energy, Cat Power Finance
  • Bob Joblin - President, Cenergy USA


August 30, 2012
Noon - 1 p.m. ET

Safety

Topics
  • Design: codes, NFPA standards, &c.
  • Design considerations: pressure (PRVs, burst disks, tank ratings, covers), freez protection, &c.
  • Environmental considerations: seismic, wind, extreme weather, &c.

Webinar Recording and Presentations


Presenters

  • Sara Martin – Project Associate, O'Brien and Gere
  • Norma McDonald – North American Sales Manager, Organic Waste Systems
  • Andy Austin – Biosystems Engineer, Scenic View Dairy, LLC


August 16, 2012
Noon - 1 p.m. ET

Feedstock Management

Rating

4 out of 5 stars
Topics
  • Waste receiving: offloading, storing, pumping, and mixing
  • Proper biomethane potential (BMP) testing
  • Pumping and conveyance: pumping, chopping, and grinding
  • Feed control: keeping proper feed rate to prevent overload

Webinar Recording and Presentations


Presenters

  • Trevor Nickle – Himark Biogas
  • Richard Mattocks – Biothane LLC
  • Tom Ferencevic - Yield Energy


July 11, 2012
Noon - 1 p.m. ET

Renewable Natural Gas for Vehicles

Rating
4 and a half out of 5 stars
Our panel of experts provided:
  1. a primer on renewable natural gas/RNG/biomethane as a vehicle fuel
  2. an update on the U.S. RNG market
  3. exclusive insight into how RNG will be produced and used at Fair Oaks Dairy
Topics included:
  • The technology options for fuel upgrading
  • The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS2) tracking system
  • How much RINs (Renewable Identification Numbers) have been worth over the last 18-months
  • Price volatility and access to the market
  • Compressed Natural Gas vs Liquified Natural Gas
This webinar was hosted by the American Biogas Council (ABC) and is the second in its series on biogas upgrading. You don't want to miss this! 

Webinar Recording and Presentations


Presenters

  • Harrison Clay – President, Clean Energy Renewable Fuels
    Harrison is responsible for leading Clean Energy's efforts to produce and sell renewable natural gas derived from the anaerobic decomposition of organic waste. Prior to joining Clean Energy, he served as Director of Corporate Development and General Counsel at the San Francisco investment back WR Hambrecht + Co. Harrison has extensive experience in corporate and project finance, mergers & acquisitions, corporate development, venture capital and the clean tech and energy industres.

  • Gauri Patankar – Senior Director of Renewable Energy, Element Markets LLC
    At Element Markets, Gauri focuses on tracking GHG, Renewable and Emissions policies being developed domestically and abroad. She develops market strategies and originates sales of biomethane, RINs, RECs, Offsets, and other environmental credits.

  • Bernie Sheff – President, UTS Residuals Processing LLC
    Bernard holds both Bachelors and Masters of Science in Civil Engineering from Michigan State University. He has been a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Michigan since 1988 and is also registered in the states of Massachusetts, Ohio and Indiana. Since early 2000 he has focused on nutrient recovery, sand separation and digestion in the agricultural market, most significantly the dairy industry.





June 13, 2012
Noon - 1 p.m. ET

Saving Cities with Waste Power: Putting Biogas to Work

Rating

3 and a half out of 5 stars
Together with the American Biogas Council, GE Energy hosted a free webinar that looks into new and unique ways that organic feedstock materials can be used to create biogas from anaerobic digesters and create a valuable and reliable source of "green energy" here in the United States. In particular, speakers provided insight into the planned Forest County Potawatomi Community anaerobic digester located in Milwaukee, WI.

Related article in Biomass Power & Thermal Magazine - "ABC, GE Energy discuss community biogas-to-energy"

In this Webinar

  • Important aspects of organic feedstocks use
  • Site considerations for anaerobic digestion
  • Energy production
  • Fuel treatment to power generation and heat recovery solutions
Webinar Recording
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webinar recording
Presentation Slides Presenters
  • Shonodeep Modak - Global Marketing Manager, GE Energy gas engines
  • Bryan Johnson, P.E. - Renewable/ Sustainable Energy Team Leader, Titus Energy
  • Aaron Trexler - Oil Field Power Generation Product Line Manager, GE Energy gas engines
  • Jan Scott - President/Co-Owner, Unison Solutions, Inc.
  • John Lurch - Marketing Manager, Heat Recovery Solutions, GE Energy gas engines
  • Corey Honl - Product Engineering Manager, GE Energy gas engines


May 9, 2012
Noon - 1:30 p.m. ET

The ABCs of Biogas Upgrading: Options, Steps and Standards

Biogas upgrading is an essential series of steps that one needs to take to inject it into the natural gas grid, use it in vehicles, fuel cells and other applications. To take full advantage of biogas, users will need to understand how it works.

In this Webinar

  • What is biogas upgrading and when is it needed?
  • Interchangeability of biogas and natural gas
  • Current technologies, their benefits and challenges
Speakers
  • Chris Marinucci – Control Systems Integration Manager, O’Brien & Gere
  • Sean Mezei – President, Flotech-Greenlane North America
  • Bernie Sheff – President, UTS Residuals Processing LLC
There will be an interactive Q&A period, where you may submit your questions directly to the speakers.

Webinar Recording and Presentations
We are working through technical issues to provide a recording of this webinar. It will soon be made available.



September 29, 2011
Noon - 1:30 p.m. ET

Meeting the 1603 Deadline: Strategies, Safe Harbor and More

Rating
4 out of 5 stars"All presenters were excellent!"

The 1603 Treasury Program allows owners of property, like biogas producing digesters, that would otherwise qualify for Internal Revenue Code Section 45 (production tax credit) or 48 (investment tax credit) to receive a cash grant from the U.S. Treasury in lieu of the credit and in the amount of a 30% investment tax credit.

Read more, from Biomass Power and Thermal Magazine:

Presenters
  • Amish Shah – Tax Attorney, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP
  • Ellen Neubauer – Grants Program Manager, US Department of the Treasury
  • Catherine Lewis – Business Development Manager, Entec Biogas USA/ Reynolds, Inc.
  • Ted Niblock – General Counsel & Director of Government Affairs, Homeland Renewable Energy

Webinar Recording and Presentations




September 14, 2011
Noon - 1:15 p.m. ET

Biogas Financing: Options, Steps, and Resources for Biogas Project Development

Rating
4 out of 5 stars
Rising fossil fuel costs and environmental concerns are raising interest in the wider use of biogas. As with any capital intensive projects, biogas project developments must make sense on paper before implementation can begin. Yet, these projects often weigh different financial approaches than other energy sources.

American Biogas Council (ABC) introduced three experienced panelists who provided their insights into financing models for varying scales of biogas projects.

Presenters

  • Peter Weisberg - Senior Project Analyst, The Climate Trust
  • Michael Butler - Chairman & CEO, Cascadia Capital
  • David Benson - Partner, Stoel Rives
  • Ted Niblock - General Counsel & Director of Government Affairs, Homeland Renewable Energy


Webinar Recording and Presentations




July 12, 2011
Noon - 1 p.m. ET

State and Federal Policy for Biogas

Rating
3 out of 5 stars
The American Biogas Council webinar explored federal- and state-level policies that affect the development of biogas-producing anaerobic digestion facilities.

Speakers
  • Maureen Walsh - ML Strategies
    Bryan Stockton - ML Strategies
  • Graham Noyes - Stoel Rives LLP
  • Bob Joblin - Cenergy USA

Webinar Recording and Presentations



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