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