[Wilberforce, OH — December 2] Clean Fuels Ohio and Energy Vision hosted a conference on renewable natural gas (RNG) made from organic waste as a transportation fuel. The conference, held at Central State University, focused on the production, utilization, and development strategies for this ultra-low-carbon transportation fuel alternative.
“RNG can be fully integrated into Ohio’s growing compressed natural gas infrastructure,” said Sam Spofforth, executive director of Clean Fuels Ohio. “It’s easy for fleets to use, provides economic benefits even compared with diesel today plus huge environmental benefits.” Read the full Press Release.
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