Many of Brightmark’s employees had been involved with solar and wind projects for many years, Powell says, but the company came to realize there was opportunity in other markets that weren’t fully matured. “What we saw with RNG was potential to create projects that have negative carbon intensity—wind and solar have slightly positive carbon intensity,” he says. “We felt that this was a good, viable way to help solve some GHG issues, and that we had the expertise to help RNG grow in the states. We’re very humbled by the success we have had so far in this area, and in the plastics area.” More >>