Join UC Riverside Center for Environmental Research & Technology on May 17 at our Renewable Natural Gas Symposium for an engaging discussion on the key benefits and challenges of moving the production of renewable natural gas (RNG) from pilot-scale demonstration projects to widespread commercial production and utilization.
In keeping with the mission of newly opened Center for Renewable Natural Gas (CRNG), the symposium will examine opportunities to improve technology (e.g., production efficiencies) and mitigate common barriers (e.g., regulatory issues, feedstock logistics/pretreatment challenges, high capital costs). Discussions will include:
- RNG Policy in California – Past & Future
- Renewable Hydrogen – Nexus of Fuels and Power
- Challenges and Opportunities for Decarbonization
- RNG's Role in Mitigating Short Lived Climate Pollutants
- Utility-Scale Power-to-Gas
- Thermochemical RNG Production
A ribbon cutting ceremony and CRNG tour will be held. Symposium speakers will include RNG Coalition CEO Johannes Escudero and representatives from several RNG Coalition members.