Put your waste to work.
Turning agricultural waste into renewable natural gas (RNG) is a win-win for farms: it generates an additional source of income and also mitigates the methane emissions from livestock manure. The process of building digesters and processing biogas, however, can be a daunting endeavor. We’re here to help.
We’re experts in RNG.
Clean Energy pioneered the use of RNG as a vehicle fuel and we continue to be the largest provider of RNG for the transportation industry today.
Our team will guide you through the process of financing, developing, and operating anaerobic digesters. And we have hundreds of natural gas fueling stations nationwide where vehicle fleets can easily access your RNG.
TURNING ORGANIC WASTE INTO RNG PROVIDES YOUR FARM WITH:
Reduced GHG Emissions
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