Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) is created by decomposing organic waste. It is also known as biomethane which is methane that is derived from organic matter. 

What are the uses of Renewable Natural Gas?

The uses include:

  • Heat

  • Fuel

  • Fuel for vehicles

  • Electricity

What are the benefits of our Renewable Natural Gas?

The benefits include:

  • Stable market prices

  • Local supply reduces supply chain risks

  • Energy security & independence

  • Local supply reduces transportation costs

  • Diversify energy supply

  • Environmentally friendly

  • Reduces greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs)

  • Reliable energy source

Where does Renewable Natural Gas come from?

RNG can be recovered from harmful greenhouse gases that would normally escape into the atmosphere from landfills, anaerobic digesters, wastewater lagoons, or any type of decomposing organic waste.

How is RNG different from Natural Gas?

RNG defers from conventional natural gas which comes from fossil fuels extracted from deep in the earth, requires significant amounts of energy, chemicals, and water to produce, and results in toxic waste. 

RNG can be used in lieu of conventional natural gas, yet is a fuel asset that is not always captured due to high costs associated with current technologies. FALC0N-X technology is an economical way to capture escaping biomethane for valuable renewable natural gas and carbon offset credits.

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