Southwest Gas Celebrates New Renewable Natural Gas Facility
RNG is a renewable source of energy like wind and solar power. It is produced when methane, a byproduct from organic waste at dairies, is captured in biodigesters and injected into the
Sunoma will prevent 54,000 metric tons of carbon-equivalent emissions from entering the atmosphere annually, which is the equivalent of removing greenhouse gas emissions created by 11,744 passenger cars each year.
"We take pride in our dedication to reducing greenhouse emissions for current and future generations through deliberate efforts with enduring impacts. We are committed to the environmental benefits of RNG projects and are consistently identifying new opportunities to inject and distribute it to end-users," said
Celebrating 90 years of providing clean, affordable natural gas service,
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