Consulting firm GNA has authored a new study to determine California’s future in-state renewable natural gas (RNG) supply, “An Assessment: California’s In-State RNG Supply for Transportation: 2020-2024.” Some key findings include: California-produced RNG will have an average energy-weighted carbon intensity of -101.74 gCO2e/MJ as of January 2024; more than $1 billion is being invested in California to build the state’s supply of locally produced RNG—with 77% coming from private investors; and by January 2024, 160 RNG production facilities will be online and producing 119 million DGE of fuel—primarily sourced from dairy farms and landfills—enough to fuel 13,731 natural gas trucks in California annually. More >>