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Electricity generation, transmission and distribution is the second largest emitter of greenhouse gas emissions, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.  As 1 in 4 Americans remain challenged by unhealthy air quality levels, leading companies and utilities have deployed renewable natural gas as a solution for change.

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Renewable natural gas, known also as biogas or biomethane, is methane captured from the decomposition of organic materials that’s cleaned and conditioned to meet natural gas pipeline quality standards. It’s then used by companies as renewable energy or renewable fuel in place of traditional fossil gas.

And, it’s plentiful. Renewable natural gas is produced from a variety of feedstocks —agricultural, landfills and wastewater treatment facilities. The number of facilities transforming their waste to renewable natural gas is growing exponentially, year over year.


Natural gas is powering and heating billions of utilities, businesses and homes. By the simple flip of a switch or push of a button – you have a reliable, uninterrupted source of heat and energy. But, what if you could still enjoy the convenience of natural gas without fossil-based characteristics?

Now, you can. Renewable natural gas offers utilities and companies a cleaner, greener renewable energy solution. By converting waste to renewable energy, renewable natural gas delivers tremendous upstream and downstream emission savings. No infrastructure projects, no change to operation, a switch to renewable natural gas is simply paperwork – the easy kind we manage for you.

Don’t bet on the intermittent power provided from wind and solar. Transition to renewable natural gas as a continuous source of renewable energy and emission savings.

Reach Out

Let’s talk about how renewable natural gas benefit your organization.

Mike Koel


Bryan Nudelbacher

Director of Business Development