Yosemite to receive $1m grant from California DOC

Yosemite Clean Energy has been selected to receive a $1m grant for developing forest biomass in hydrogen projects.

The company will receive two $500,000 Forest Biomass to Carbon-Negative Biofuels grants from the California Department of Conservation (DOC), after Yosemite’s application scored first and second out of the eight projects selected.

The first grant will help bring Yosemite to a final investment decision (FID) on its flagship project in Oroville, CA, which is projected to produce 24 tonnes of hydrogen per day. The second grant will support preliminary engineering for Yosemite’s Tuolumne County hydrogen project.

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