201209.25

Sierra Energy In Forbes Article

Sierra Energy was quoted in a recent Forbes article on how the military has been encouraging biofuel startups in their mission to reduce fossil fuel dependency. The startup, based in Davis, Calif., is developing technology to transform a blast furnace into a machine that can vaporize garbage and produce either diesel fuel or electricity. It’s a decidedly low-tech-looking met...

201209.21

Sierra Energy Supporting DoD Energy Iniatives

Sierra Energy recognizes the benefits of domestic alternative and biofuel production goes far beyond environmental. As a result, Sierra Energy continues working to find an economical and efficient path from waste to drop-in transportation fuels. During a recent webinar Sierra Energy attended, Military Legislative Assistant, Casey Howard called our nation’s lack of domestic bio...

201207.31

Sierra Energy "One to Watch"

Renewable Energy from Waste magazine features Sierra Energy as “One to Watch“.  Founded in 2004, Sierra Energy was formed to develop and commercialize the FastOx gasifier derived from the steelmaking blast furnace. Mike Hart, the founder of Sierra Energy, saw an opportunity to create a universal gasification technology in an otherwise segmented industry. Sierra Energy speci...

201207.19

Sierra Energy Featured on Sierra Club Website

The Sierra Club published a story today on FastOx waste conversion. Read the full story by Debra Atlas, here. DAVIS, CALIFORNIA — Can we all agree that using more renewable energy and less oil would be a good thing? Great, and any objections to sending less trash to the landfill? Well Sierra Energy Corp., a recent winner at the Sierra Nevada Innovation Challenge, has develop...

201206.22

Sierra Energy receives California's "Most Innovative New Product" Award

On Thursday, June 21st, Sierra Energy was one of 40 finalists showcasing their best innovations while competing for California’s “Most Innovative New Product of the Year” award. Sierra Energy had six minutes to convince a panel of judges that its FastOx Pathfinder—a compact and modular waste gasification system that converts nearly any form of trash into renewable diesel—will ...

201206.21

Sierra Energy to Present at Puerto Rico Power Summit

Sierra Energy, a waste gasification and renewable energy company from California, will discuss how island trash can be converted into renewable fuels or electricity—an island treasure—using its FastOx waste gasification technology. Waste management is especially challenging for islands. Landfills consume valuable and limited land and pose serious complications for the sustaina...

201206.19

Sierra Energy Selected as a Finalist for Sierra Nevada's Innovation Challenge

On June 21st, Sierra Energy will be one of 40 finalists showcasing their best innovations while competing for the “Most Innovative Product of the Year” award. Awards will be presented in each of five categories: clean tech and environmental; health care and medical; agriculture and food; web and software; and manufacturing and high-tech. Sierra Energy will have six minutes to ...

201206.11

Mike Hart Talks Scale at the Waste Conversion Congress in Philadelphia

Sierra Energy will be attending the Waste Conversion Congress in Philadelphia June 12-13. This 2 day forum is designed specifically to bring together leaders in finance, regulations, and operations to discuss the challenges still facing the waste conversion industry and strategies for achieving the greatest chance of success. Mike Hart will be participating in Wednesdays progr...

201204.17

Sierra Energy to Present at the Jamaica Power Summit in Kingston, Jamaica

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sierra Energy was invited by Electric Utility Consultants, Inc. to speak at the Jamaica Power Summit. April 19-20th in Kingston, Jamaica. This event links local representatives, government officials, and other energy experts to review and discuss the island’s current and future options for waste, energy, and fuel diversification. Waste management is espe...