February 1, 2021
Visual Primer: Renewable Natural Gas Emerging as Utility Decarbonization Strategy
The potential for reducing net greenhouse gas emissions is spurring growth in the RNG industry although it is still in a nascent stage compared to other renewables.
U.S. state regulators and utilities alike are exploring the use of renewable natural gas (RNG) due to its environmental benefits to displace fossil fuels and to support the transition to a low-carbon energy economy. RNG is pipeline-quality methane produced from biomass that is sourced from livestock operations, landfills, and other organic waste.