Mike Butler, on RealClearEnergy, makes the case for incorporating renewable natural gas in the climate conversation.
- Renewable natural gas (RNG) is produced by harvesting methane from organic waste materials and using it to create fuel.
- Agribusinesses and utility companies are beginning to expand their use of RNG in an effort to reduce their greenhouse gas footprint.
- In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide reliable energy to consumers, the United States should continue to incorporate RNG in an “all of the above” energy strategy.
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