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Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) 101

Renewable Natural Gas (referred to as RNG or biomethane) is a renewable fuel option made by capturing and refining the methane-rich biogases emitted from decomposing organic materials like food scraps, animal manure, and sewage sludge.

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Renewable Natural Gas (RNG): An Energy Vision Primer

Renewable Natural Gas (RNG), also known as biomethane, is a proven, commercial, yet underdeveloped ultra-low or no-carbon energy option that can displace fossil fuels, including diesel.

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The Potential for Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) in New York

Building a New York RNG industry to produce fuel for heavy-duty fleets is one of the best strategies available for reducing imports, increasing the use of renewables in transportation, combatting climate change and creating local jobs.

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The Power of Waste: Renewable Natural Gas for California

RNG produced from California’s organic waste feedstocks – a huge resource – could supply up to 20 percent of California's natural gas demand, or almost 300 billion cubic feet per year.

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The Potential for Renewable Natural Gas in Ontario

Ontario outlined its intent to introduce a renewable natural gas content requirement for gas utilities, a goal iterated in its 2017 “Long Term Energy Plan.”

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The Power of Waste: Renewable Natural Gas for Colorado

Colorado has already shown the environmental commitment, and it has the resources to become a leader in the production and use of renewable natural gas.

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