As global demand for power and fuels grows, the desire to reduce greenhouse gas concentrations to sustainable levels requires that renewable energy becomes a critical portion of the energy mix.
Renewable resources can be converted into low-carbon energy and energy products with air quality and climate benefits, therefore broadening and diversifying the energy supply portfolio. Solar energy generation and storage will allow us to add more renewables, and solar technologies can be integrated into natural gas systems to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and consumption of fossil fuels.
GTI is accelerating the delivery of clean technologies around the world, identifying and developing timely options to enhance the environmental performance of energy sector industries. We have unique capabilities in alternative energy development, expanding and diversifying the supply of resources that can be used for energy security, environmental sustainability, cost savings, and quality of life.
Webinar: What's New in Renewable Natural Gas? - January 12, 2021
RNG is a carbon-neutral fuel that is interchangeable with natural gas, but understanding their differences is critical to bridge the gap for successful system-wide integration—from safe pipeline injection to final use. In this session, GTI will address critical questions and share the latest insight on RNG.
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