National Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) HandbookA Resource for Canadian Municipalities
An Applied Resource for Canadian Municipalities on the Implementation of Renewable Natural Gas
Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) presents a unique opportunity not only to tackle GHG emissions and improve local air quality, but also to advance a circular economy for municipalities. When implemented on a municipal scale, biomethane can also be injected into local gas utility distribution systems as RNG, given its chemical similarity to fossil natural gas.
Ideal for municipal officials and staff, our RNG Handbook reviews RNG sources, production, benefits, and provides an outline for RNG project planning and implementation.
On May 25th, QUEST, CGA, and CBA held a webinar to present the key findings of the Handbook. Tom McLenaghan, Program Manager, New Infrastructure – Waste Management Division of the Region of Peel shared their experience with the Anaerobic Digestion Facility Project.
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The purpose of the New Brunswick Smart Energy Communities Accelerator Pilot Program (NB SECA Program) is to establish a community energy planning accelerator to assist a series of New Brunswick communities and one First Nation by equipping them with the tools and...
The Accelerating the Implementation of Renewable Energy (AI-RE) protocol is a free online resource for Canadian municipalities. It consists of 5 action items and associated resources on: The roles municipalities can play in renewable energy development How to find and...
The goal of the Regulatory Innovation Sandboxes project is to create foundational policy frameworks for legislated regulation innovation. The foundational frameworks can then be used by provincial, territorial and federal policymakers and regulators to create more effective policies, regulations, and programs to accelerate the transition to a low-emissions future efficiently and fairly using a multi-sectoral, collaborative process.