On January 27, 2021, LMOP hosted a webinar about how the University of California (UC) is working with Archaea Energy and landfills across the country to meet its sustainability goals. UC set a goal to emit net zero greenhouse gases from its buildings and vehicle fleet by 2025, with a plan to achieve 40 percent of its natural gas from renewable sources by then. UC has both developed a landfill gas (LFG) processing plant and procured renewable natural gas (RNG) via long-term offtake contracts as part of its plan to meet the 2025 goal. The presentations were followed by a question-and-answer session.
The presentation slides are provided below in a PDF file as well as a recording of the speakers. Please note that the recording was partially re-recorded due to audio problems on the day of the live webinar.
Sam Schabacker | Renewable Energy Analyst | University of California
Sam leads biogas origination for UC. Sam discussed UC's LFG processing plant and RNG procurement contracts and how biogas fits into UC’s comprehensive carbon neutrality strategy.
Nicholas Stork | CEO | Archaea Energy, LLC
Nick is the Founder and CEO of Archaea Energy. Nick discussed Archaea's approach to and ideas for developing RNG projects and also shared the benefits of their partnership with UC.
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Webinar: Case Study of University of California RNG Projects (PDF)(32 pp, 1 MB)
January 27, 2021