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by Cummins Inc., Global Power Leader July 22, 2021 — Vehicles in California powered by renewable natural gas (RNG) removed more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than they emitted for the first time in 2020, a direct result of the continued drop in carbon intensity of renewable natural gas.  Adoption of RNG in trucks, buses […]

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SoCalGas Announces Plans to Convert 200 New Field Service Trucks to Run on Renewable Natural Gas

LOS ANGELES – April 22, 2021 – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced it will convert 200 new Ford F-250 service pickup trucks to run on renewable natural gas (RNG) – a renewable form of energy produced from a variety of waste streams. The service trucks will be outfitted with the newest Landi Renzo […]

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California’s Transportation GHG Problem Is Urgent—RNG Can Help

With Gov. Jerry Brown’s new executive order calling for California to cut overall emissions to zero by 2045, the high greenhouse gas emissions from the state’s transportation sector loom larger than ever.

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CPUC Releases Study Investigating Benefits of Injecting RNG into Natural Gas Pipeline

The California Public Utilities Commission recently released a comprehensive review of the technology and issues concerning injecting RNG into the natural gas pipeline.

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Coalitions Urge CEC to Mandate RNG Use in Government Fleets

As the CEC prepares the final draft of its 2017 Integrated Energy Policy Report, the CNGVC and the Coalition for Renewable Gas are urging staff to make bolder recommendations for the use of RNG by government agencies.

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SoCalGas Aims to Simplify Adding RNG to Its Pipeline

With a new website, tool kit, and utility regulation that lets developers begin construction on RNG projects sooner, SoCalGas aims to make it easier for RNG producers to connect to the natural gas pipeline.

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