Tag: BioEnergy Producers Association

Conversion technology regulation in California – A decade of bureaucratic intransigence

Conversion technology regulation in California – A decade of bureaucratic intransigence

June 13, 2014 |

By James L. Stewart, Chairman of the Board, BioEnergy Producers Association It has now been ten years since the BioEnergy Producers Association was founded to pursue a constructive permitting and regulatory environment that would justify biobased technology providers in risking their time and financial resources to pursue projects in the State of California. During the […]

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California – The Not-So-Golden State

California – The Not-So-Golden State

June 6, 2012 |

By James L. Stewart, Chairman of the Board, BioEnergy Producers Association For the eighth consecutive year, Chief Executive.net has ranked California as the worst state in the nation in which to do business, and its legislature’s historic attitude toward gasification-related advanced biofuels, biobased chemicals and electricity production is a stunning example of the reason why. […]

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Keep Your Eye on the Ball

Keep Your Eye on the Ball

February 9, 2012 |

By Jim Stewart, Chairman, BioEnergy Producers Association Last Sunday’s Super Bowl brought a reminder of that familiar adage, “Keep Your Eye on the Ball.” In America’s quest for alternative and renewable energy, the “ball” is national security and energy independence.  All other issues pale by comparison. Let’s not lose sight of a critical fact: America’s […]

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