Join us! NBI is creating an Advisory Council.
Who are we? Community members working in farming, education, social justice, green energy and sustainable redevelopment, builders, homesteaders, biogas researchers from colleges and universities in the bioregion, and industry leaders.
What do we do? Growing from the wealth of our wisdom, passions, experience and webs of connection, we are growing the network of biogas supporters, developing a strategic plan, identifying and soliciting funding, and laying the groundwork for legislation and building codes that support biogas and other carbon-neutral, decentralized energy and waste-processing technologies.
Why small-scale biogas? In the US, small-scale biogas systems are largely unutilized and unexplored. All sizes of biogas - small, medium and large - are needed to reach the goal of 10% reduction in carbon emissions through biogas. Each size has their niche. Small-scale biogas technologies are uniquely suited to address a suite of problems faced by communities at the front lines of climate change, providing energy and food security, nutritional benefits, sanitation, waste management, and entrepreneurial opportunities.
What is the commitment level? The Advisory Council will meet for 2-hour meetings on a quarterly basis. Optional activities include listing your biodigester as a case study of biogas in action, joining a working group or taking on a project from a working group.
Contact us at email@example.com for more information and to join!