As towns and counties around the state transition to renewable energy, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment predicts vehicles will become the largest emitter of carbon dioxide. In large part that is caused by lack of electric motors for heavy-duty vehicles. In response, cities across Colorado, and along the Front Range in particular, are beginning to invest in biogas infrastructure capable of refining methane and carbon dioxide produced by decomposing organic waste into renewable natural gas compatible with vehicles. To reach this potential the Colorado Energy Office’s Renewable Natural Gas in Transportation: Colorado Market Study identified three interconnected barriers that must be overcome. More >>