America’s Renewable Transportation Future
Moving US Forward is a coalition of diverse partners advocating for the use of renewable fuels. Renewable natural gas (RNG) is an abundant, clean American energy source that will dramatically reduce carbon emissions, ensuring long-term sustainability while helping to secure domestic jobs and strengthen America’s heartland.
The Renewable Natural Gas Incentive Act of 2022 promotes the increased use of renewable natural gas, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and increases job creation and economic opportunity throughout the United States.
The production of renewable natural gas (RNG, also known as biomethane or upgraded biogas) is an emerging strategy to turn organic waste into a low-carbon fuel for use in vehicles.
Renewable natural gas (RNG) is growing in prominence as a strategy to help achieve climate, waste management, and other sustainability goal. This paper provides guidance for state policymakers on evaluating RNG resource potential, greenhouse gas emissions impacts, market opportunities, and policy options.
Affordable and proven natural gas vehicle technology fueled with biomethane (RNG) collected at local landfills, wastewater treatment plants, commercial food waste facilities, and agricultural digesters can yield a carbon-negative lifecycle emissions result.