Landfill gas to renewable natural gas

EDL is investing in work that goes beyond the conversion of gas to electricity, and upgrading LFG to biomethane or renewable natural gas (RNG).

RNG is biogas formed by the decomposition of organic matter, such as methane, that has been processed to pipeline-quality standards. It’s fully interchangeable with conventional natural gas, and can be used in natural gas-fuelled industries and vehicles as compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquified natural gas (LNG). When used as a vehicle fuel, RNG provides a substantial environmental benefit; 85% reduction of C02 emissions relative to diesel fuel.