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Greenlane Renewables signs onto $6.1-million renewable natural gas project in Colorado


September 16, 2021
By Greenlane Renewables Inc.

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Greenlane Renewables has signed a system supply contract with Green Impact Partners for a $6.1-million renewable natural gas (RNG) project in Colorado.

The project involves two dairy farms in which two of Greenlane’s pressure swing adsorption (PSA) upgrading systems will be utilized.

“We’re excited to work with Green Impact Partners on its GreenGas Colorado project to showcase our market-leading biogas upgrading systems,” Brad Douville, president and CEO of Greenlane, said. “RNG is a rapidly growing industry with new entrants and increasing amounts of project capital being deployed. Green Impact Partners is seizing this opportunity and making a difference as it strives to have a positive impact on the environment through its energy transition projects.”

Jesse Douglas, CEO of Green Impact Partners, said Greenlane’s gas upgrading system was selected for its ingenuity in design and the company’s commitment to quality.

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“With this milestone now complete, we continue to focus on site construction, ensuring all civil work is done before the winter season with a commitment from our EPC contractor to have gas flowing in 2022,” Douglas said.

Green Impact Partners is focused on leading the transition to a green and sustainable economy through clean energy and water distribution.

Greenlane Renewables, based in British Columbia, is a leading global provider of biogas upgrading systems that are helping decarbonize natural gas.