American Biogas Council Announces First Webinar Series: State and Federal Policy for Biogas

Registration is now available for the Tuesday, July 12 at 12PM ET, 9AM PT. This is the first in a series of webinars dedicated to growing the U.S. biogas industry

Tuesday, July 12 12:00 ET the American Biogas Council webinar will explore federal- and state-level policies that affect the development of biogas-producing anaerobic digestion facilities. You will learn from industry legislative experts from: ML Strategies, government relations and consulting experts, Stoel Rives, a leader in energy and renewable litigation, and project developer AgPower Group, a company with hands-on experience dealing with state and federal policy issues. This is your chance to learn from and interact with leading experts.


This webinar will cover:

Current national policy issues and outlook on future legislation
Current state policy issues and outlook on future legislation
How actual projects have been inhibited by legislation
How you can become involved and help legislators actions that can best help the biogas industry

There will be an interactive Q&A period, where you may submit your questions directly to the speakers.

Speakers

Maureen Walsh, Director of Federal Government Relations, and Bryan Stockton, Director of Government Relations - ML Strategies
With deep knowledge in a range of issues including energy, they leverage their extensive experience in federal, state, and city government, as well as in the private sector, to build creative, informed, and strategic solutions.

Graham Noyes, Of Counsel - Stoel Rives LLP
Stoel Rives (an ABC member company) is a leader in energy and environmental litigation. They rank among the top 30 U.S. law firms for the number of national first-tier practice areas listed in the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® ''Best Law Firms'' survey.

Bob Joblin, Investor in AgPower Group and owner of Cenergy USA
AgPower Partners and Dean Foods developed its first biomass-to-renewable energy facility at a 4,700-cow dairy in Idaho. In partnership with Camco, AgPower Group is currently constructing a second project in Idaho on a 15,000-cow dairy, which will be on-line the first quarter of 2012. AgPower's next project will be at a 3,000-cow dairy in California, which is fully permitted and funded and will be under construction before the end of the year.

Josh Lieberman, Program Coordinator - American Biogas Council
Moderator

Registration and More Information:
Advanced registration is required: ABC Members: Free; Non-Members: $100
To register email lhoward@ttcorp.com or visit http://americanbiogascouncil.org/about_webinars.asp#null

You only need a computer, internet access, and one hour of your time
Time and Date: Tuesday, July 12 at 12PM ET

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