201506.22

Sierra Energy Seeks Entry-Level Sales Engineer

Sierra Energy, a clean-tech start-up located in Davis, CA, is seeking a full-time, entry-level Sales Engineer to add to its highly motivated, forward-thinking team. With national attention from the New York Times and contracts with the Department of Defense and the California Energy Commission, Sierra Energy is commercializing a revolutionary gasification technology for the con...

201506.22

Sierra Energy Seeks Junior Web Software Developer

Sierra Energy’s Railroad division, the nation’s third oldest railroad, is looking for a Junior Web Software Developer to add to its highly motivated, forward-thinking team. The company owns three passenger train lines, the Sacramento RiverTrain, Sierra DinnerTrain, and the Skunk Train. In 2015 the company intends to expand the services and online presence of the subsidiaries. S...

201506.22

Sierra Energy Seeks ASP.Net Web Software Developer

Sierra Energy’s Railroad division, the nation’s third oldest railroad, is looking for a ASP.Net Web Software Developer to add to its highly motivated, forward-thinking team. The company owns three passenger train lines, the Sacramento RiverTrain, Sierra DinnerTrain, and the Skunk Train. In 2015 the company intends to expand the services and online presence of the subsidiaries. ...

201506.12

Sierra Energy Seeks Chemical Engineer

Sierra Energy, a clean-tech start-up, is seeking a full-time, experienced Chemical Engineer to add to its highly motivated, forward-thinking team. With national attention from the New York Times and contracts with the Department of Defense and the California Energy Commission, Sierra Energy is commercializing a revolutionary gasification technology for the conversion of differe...

201505.08

Governor Brown sets the pace for lowering emissions, boosting innovation.

California is leading the nation in implementing greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions to combat climate change and is reaping the benefits in its booming clean energy economy.  According to Bloomberg, shares of California companies in the NYSE Bloomberg Americas Clean Energy Index will climb at double the national average in 2015.  The 26 California companies in Bloomberg’s Index, i...

201504.09

Sierra Energy is expanding. We are seeking an Executive Assistant/Office Manager to join our team.

Sierra Energy is seeking a full-time, experienced Executive Assistant to add to its highly motivated, forward-thinking team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team in an environment that offers variety and demands commitment and creativity. The ideal candidate will be experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks and ...

201501.29

Sierra Energy's CEO named one of the top 100 people in the Advanced Bioeconomy for 2015 by Biofuels Digest.

Biofuels Digest named Sierra Energy's CEO, Mike Hart, one of the top 100 people in the Advanced Bioeconomy for 2015. Biofuels Digest, the most widely-read biofuels daily and newsletter, covers producer news, research, policy, policymakers, conferences, fleets and financial news in the greentech industry.  For more information about the Biofuels Digest "The Top 125 People in the...

201411.20

Renewable Hydrogen Promises Drastic Reduction of Climate-Warming Pollutants in California

Hydrogen fuels from renewable sources are considered some of the most promising alternative fuels for reducing oil consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and air pollution.   For example, if California converts its 30.4 million metric tons of disposed waste annually to hydrogen using FastOx gasification, it would avoid the equivalent climate warming impact of approximately 86....

201411.17
Groundbreaking New Report Released by the Bioenergy Association of California

Groundbreaking New Report Released by the Bioenergy Association of California

The Bioenergy Association of California (BAC) has released a report "Decarbonizing the Gas Sector: Why California Needs a Renewable Gas Standard", that presents a groundbreaking strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase energy security and jobs, and diversify California’s energy sector. Among the paper’s key findings: California imports more than 90 percent of the ...