Nick Stork and Joe Malchow write in The Wall Street Journal about renewable natural gas development.
- The private sector is investing in renewable natural gas (RNG) which is sourced from landfill emissions of methane, a greenhouse gas that is 80 times more potent than CO2.
- Waste Management just announced an $825 million investment to boost renewable natural gas capture at its landfills and BP recently acquired RNG company Archaea Energy.
- RNG offers a low, and sometimes negative, carbon energy source that can reduce harmful emissions while tackling waste.
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