California awards $2.5M for alternative-fuel projects

The California Energy Commission has awarded more than $2.5 million to two advanced-biofuel initiatives. Clean World Partners will get more than $1.3 million to study the feasibility of building a facility to convert organic waste into compressed natural gas, while a partnership between Placer County, Calif., and Canada-based G4 Insights was awarded more than $1.2 million to study the development of a plant that could generate natural gas from forest waste.

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