Regulatory and Optimization Challenges with Digester Gas Systems
Session: Regulatory and Optimization Challenges with Digester Gas Systems
LCFS Credits for WRRF Co-Digestion Products
The schedule and timing of individual presentations within a session is subject to change based on the actual length of each presentation. Contact hours are awarded for attendance at the session and will be given for the actual length of the session.
EBMUD is developing a groundbreaking food waste to electric vehicle (EV) charging carbon intensity (CI) pathway. This session will cover EBMUD’s experience with pathway certification and how the economics of the California carbon credit marketplace could give biogas projects new life in an era of cheap renewables.
After participating in this session, participants will be able to conceptualize the well-to-wheel pathway to calculate carbon intensity of transportation fuels produced from anaerobic co-digestion.
After participating in this session, participants will be able to recognize how different co-digestion feedstocks will impact carbon intensity, LCFS values, and energy revenue.
After participating in this session, participants will be able to describe the scope of operation and monitoring data needed to meet the reporting requirements of pathway certification and LCFS reporting.