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Renewable Natural Gas – A Primer on North Carolina’s Biogas Resources

Increased production and utilization of renewable natural gas (RNG) in North Carolina could significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the agricultural sector while also providing renewable energy for industrial processes as well as the state’s electrical grid. As North Carolina’s number one industry, agriculture and agribusiness generate billions of dollars in revenue each year. […]

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ESS Webinar Series: Renewable Natural Gas? A Primer on North Carolina’s Biogas Resources

Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) is methane-based biogas derived from decomposing garbage, agricultural waste and other organic sources that is processed to natural gas quality standards, and becomes fully interchangeable with conventional natural gas in pipelines. Currently, RNG comprises less than 1% of today’s natural gas supply and the Wall Street Journal predicts that Renewable Natural […]

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