State Sen. Kerry Donovan of Vail knows a thing or two about animal poop and human waste since they’re both big components of the family businesses. She also knows you can pull renewable natural gas and clean power from both forms of waste. She voted for a bill last legislative session that would have mandated large utilities get a certain percentage of their energy from RNG, called the Adopt Renewable Natural Gas Standard (SB20-150), which passed the Senate 24-10 before being derailed in the House when the session ended abruptly due to COVID-19. But it will be back, according to its primary Democratic sponsor, Sen. Chris Hansen of Denver, and this time he’s hoping it makes it through the Democrat-controlled House as well. More>>