TSX GRN
LAST 0.085
CHANGE -0.01
TSX GRN
LAST 0.085
CHANGE -0.01

October 13th Issue of Greenlane Digest

Hi and welcome to our weekly recap, where we take a closer look at the RNG industry, with the latest stories and information on how we are accelerating the energy transition. Make sure you forward our newsletter to your fellow energy accelerators!

Colombia's first biomethane plant begins operations

Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM), a state-owned, industrial and commercial public utilities organisation in Colombia, has begun operating the country's first biomethane plant as it seeks to diversify its clean energy portfolio. Located in Itaguí, in the greater metropolitan area of Medellín, the facility will produce around 1,200 m3/h of biogas, EPM said. It will initially be used to provide cooking gas to 40,000 homes in Antioquia department. The gas will be transported to households via the company's pipeline infrastructure, with EPM saying it can also be used to fuel thermoelectric power plants. The plant, which required investment of US$5 million (€4.7 million), transforms organic matter into a renewable energy source through anaerobic digestion.

Read more

Ribbon cutting for Missouri’s first landfill gas to RNG project

Vision RNG and Meridian Waste celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the State of Missouri’s first landfill gas (LFG) to RNG plant at Meridian’s Eagle Ridge Landfill in Bowling Green, Missouri. This marks the efforts of the VRNG/Meridian Waste partnership over the past 18 months to reach this significant milestone. The plant takes LFG from the landfill, which would be otherwise flared, and converts it to a renewable energy resource. The RNG is delivered to a nearby Panhandle Eastern pipeline and sold to energy company US Energy for distribution to its customers. The plant processes about 1,500 standard cubic feet per minute of raw LFG and produces about 350,000 MMbtu per year of RNG. This is equivalent to producing 3,070,175 gallons of gasoline.

Read more

Accelerating the energy transition

Greenlane (TSX:GRN) is driving change: accelerating the energy transition to a net-zero emissions economy. We are cleaning up two of the largest and most difficult to decarbonize sectors of the global energy system: the natural gas grid and commercial transportation.

As a pioneer and leading specialist in biogas upgrading, we have been actively contributing to the decarbonization of our planet for over 35 years. The systems we provide transform biogas generated from organic waste into high-value grid-ready renewable natural gas (“RNG”).

Our systems produce clean, low-carbon and carbon-negative RNG from organic waste sources including agriculture (such as dairy and hog manure), water resource recovery facilities, food waste, landfills, and sugar mills. Greenlane is the only biogas upgrading company offering and actively deploying the three main upgrading technologies: waterwash, pressure swing adsorption, and membrane separation, plus proprietary biogas desulfurization technology. Greenlane has delivered over 140 biogas upgrading systems into 19 countries, including some of the largest RNG production facilities in the world.