renewable natural gas (RNG)
The uncertain future of the region’s gas network loomed large over the course of the conference.
In New York's strained pursuit of clean energy, every stakeholder seems to back renewables but none want their constituency to bear the cost.
New York is looking at a broader array of solutions as fossil plants retire and not enough renewables come online.
Massachusetts energy providers, consumers and climate advocates presented contrasting visions of what solutions should be included in a clean heat standard.
Using RNG as a feedstock offers hydrogen producers a shortcut to claiming the full federal tax credit created for hydrogen production, industry experts said.
There was no shortage of ideas on how to overcome well known challenges to carrying out New York’s clean energy transition at IPPNY’s 37th Spring Conference.
Electrify Now, an organization trying to speed electrification, took the counterintuitive step of inviting a natural gas utility to its webinar this week.
Members of the New York Climate Action Council continued the debate over the future of natural gas at a Senate hearing on implementing the CAC’s scoping plan.
A New Jersey bill to boost the use of renewable natural gas advances with opposition from environmental groups and support from business and union interests.
Industry stakeholders are working together to develop what they believe will be the least disruptive way to gradually electrify diesel trucking fleets.
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