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Renewable Natural Gas Projects Announced for South Dakota, Florida

Darrell Proctor of Power reports on new renewable natural gas (RNG) projects in South Dakota and Florida.

The C3 Take
  • New York-based Opal Fuels will open a landfill waste to renewable gas plant in Florida and several dairy farm manure to renewable gas projects in South Dakota.
  • The Florida plant will be able to produce the equivalent of 5 million gallons of gasoline annually, which will result in significant emissions reductions from vehicles using RNG.
  • RNG is an important technology for reducing emissions while powering a modern economy.

“RNG, or biomethane, is biogas that has been upgraded for use in place of fossil natural gas, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The biogas used to produce RNG comes from several sources, including landfills, along with digesters at wastewater treatment plants, livestock farms, food production facilities, and organic waste management operations.”

Read the full article here.

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