Clean Energy

Supplying the fuel of the future

Transforming wood waste into affordable, reliable and renewable zero-emission fuels

Using innovative leading global technologies, Yosemite Clean Energy transforms farm and forest wood waste into renewable, zero-emission, low-carbon fuels for the transportation sector.

Our process, developed with international industry leaders, converts wood waste into a synthetic gas, or syngas, from which renewable hydrogen or renewable natural gas can be produced.

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Zero-Emission Solution

We integrate proven global technologies to produce renewable hydrogen for bus and truck fleets

Reducing global CO2 emissions: meeting the climate change emissions reduction targets

Switching to hydrogen as a fuel is perhaps one of the best solutions for the planet to meet GHG emissions targets and reduce global warming. Yosemite Clean is committed to being the frontrunner to achieve aggressive carbon reduction goals.

Over 65 million tons of wood biomass is wasted in California alone per year. Nearly one billion tons of wasted biomass is available annually across the United States.

Yosemite Clean Energy’s first hydrogen plant will produce approximately 5,800 metric tonnes of renewable hydrogen annually. It will displace an estimated five million gallons of low-sulfur diesel, thereby reducing CO2 and particulate matter emissions.

Our goal is to establish Yosemite Clean Energy zero-emission fuel production facilities across the USA, assisting our cities, industries, and consumers in reaching the CO2 and particulate matter reduction targets.

How renewable hydrogen can solve the zero-emissions and zero-particulates mandate

Research has found that hydrogen produced from biomass pathways is both  LOW-COST and one of the LOWEST CARBON pathways for producing renewable hydrogen. With the future option of Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) in our plants, Yosemite Clean Energy is positioned to deliver carbon-negative fuels. The Lawrence Livermore Laboratory’s recent study confirms these facts around the biomass-syngas pathway to renewable hydrogen. Now is the time to become a leader in the renewable hydrogen revolution. 

Our fuel advantages for changing transportation sector in our cities, industries, and private owners

California has mandated cities to switch to zero-emission buses by 2040. CARB regulations are making traditional trucking more restrictive, leading to the use of hydrogen for heavy- and light-duty Trucks across California, which we expect will drive change across the USA. Thousands of fuel cell buses and heavy-duty trucks are being deployed globally. The rush in North America is here now. The industry is still figuring out how to build infrastructure and gain operational experience with these new trucks and busses. Conversion to the renewable hydrogen supply chain is still in the early adoption stages. The time is now to become a leader and lead the transformation. Join us in the California Hydrogen Rush.