Renewable natural gas poses an opportunity to carbon-negative energy

What is RNG?

Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) is a near-pure biomethane that is produced from animal manure, landfill and wastewater in a sustainable process.
Renewable natural gas poses an opportunity to carbon-negative energy.

CleanAim™ RNG is one of the most carbon-negative sources of energy available today.

Traditional renewable sources like solar and wind are not carbon negative

CleanAim™ RNG is a game changer

Sustainable energy solutions must be easily adopted and effective. RNG fulfils both of these, requiring no change in infrastructure when switching from traditional gas sources, and as a byproduct of the production process, even lowering methane emissions.

RNG significantly lowers methane emissions, which is 28 – 36 times more dangerous than CO2

RNG sourced from dairy farms is a game-changer. It tackles three issues with one solution. Commercial dairy farms are the largest source of methane emissions. By diverting manure as a resource to produce RNG, it is already subjected to a lot of processing, reducing the processing and resources required to manage dairy manure. And finally, biogas production and upgrade are done using cost-effective and environment-friendly methods. It is an ideal fuel for the future.

Perhaps the most notable benefit of RNG is that it can sustainably replace traditional natural gas without altering the current infrastructure. Since it is possible to upgrade RNG to pipeline quality, it is readily convertible to compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquified natural gas (LNG). Just like conventional natural gas, RNG too can be transferred via pipelines, used in onsite fueling stations, or transported by trucks.

RNG is produced from manure, landfill and wastewater

Can replace natural gas without altering infrastructure

Significantly lowering methane emissions

Sustainable energy solution easily adopted