RNG Coalition celebrates new projects and launches video

November 30, 2017. The Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas (RNG Coalition) recently recognized six companies for their development roles in seven renewable natural gas (RNG) projects completed in 2017 across the U.S. heartland, and launched a new educational video to commence the North American RNG industry’s annual conference program in Dana Point, California.

   The video will help to further educate energy industry decision-makers and policy-makers on the economic, environmental, and domestic energy security benefits of development and utilization of RNG. Access the new RNG educational video at http://www.rngcoalition.com/what-is-rng/

Companies and projects recognized during today’s ceremony include:

- Ameresco (Woodland Meadows, Michigan)

- Aria Energy (2: Butler County, NE and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)

- Enerdyne Power Systems (Lawrence, Kansas)

- Morrow Renewables (2: Melissa Landfill and Pine Hill Landfill, Texas)

- Republic Services (Pine Hill, Texas)

- Roeslein Alternative Energy (Valley View Farm, Missouri)

   The seven projects bring the number of RNG facilities in North America to 62, up from 48 at the time of the industry’s 2015 conference. With more than 20 new RNG projects scheduled for completion by the end of 2018, the industry is on pace to meet and potentially surpass the RNG Coalition’s goal to double the number of RNG projects in North America in just ten years to 100 or more by 2025.