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Energy Currents
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Energy Currents

Does Renewable Natural Gas Have the Potential To Address Natural Gas’ Greenhouse Gas Problems?

Natural gas is mostly composed of methane, which is a greenhouse gas that is 20 to 80 times as potent as carbon dioxide (CO2). This means natural gas emissions add to global warming and climate change. But renewable natural gas or RNG is carbon neutral or even carbon negative. Can RNG be a fuel source that actually reduces greenhouse gas emissions?

New FCC Rule Opens Door for Private Utility Broadband Wireless Networks

A landmark order issued on May 13, 2020, by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) means utilities can create their own private wireless networks using the common LTE mobile standard. For utilities this could mean operational efficiencies, improved reliability and safety capabilities, the ability to further deploy advanced grid technologies, and new ways to interact with customer-owned devices.