May 7, 2021 By Canadian Biomass Magazine
The cost to produce renewable natural gas (RNG) is higher than that of conventional natural gas, but a number of factors are helping to reduce the gap.
Incentives, regulatory action and innovations introduced by utilities have contributed toward shrinking the price gap, allowing RNG to play a significant role in transitioning Canada’s energy toward a carbon-negative future.
Fasken has taken an in-depth look at RNG, including how it is produced, its benefits, Canada’s adoption of RNG and a look at Canada’s Clean Fuel Standard (CFS) program.
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