Avista signs purchase agreement with Pine Creek RNG

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Michael Whitby, Avista’s RNG Program Manager, tells Bioenergy Insight about the company’s renewable natural gas (RNG) purchasing agreement
Avista, a US energy company, has signed an agreement with Pine Creek RNG to purchase renewable natural gas (RNG) to be produced at the Quad Cities Landfill in Milan, Illinois.
The Quad Cities Landfill is owned by Millennium Waste Incorporated, a subsidiary of Waste Connections.
In October 2022, Avista released a request for proposal (RFP) to secure RNG resources for its customers over the long term.
Construction on the Milan, Illinios project is expected to be complete by the end of this year and produce 3 million therms of RNG annually.
The total output of Pine Creeks projects contracted with Avista is an expected 9.7 million therms annually, which is the equivalent amount of natural gas used by approximately 17,500 homes.
This latest contract marks Avista’s fourth with Pine Creek. Previous RNG projects include the Horn Rapids Landfill in Richland, Washington; Bayview Landfill in Elberta, Utah; and the Black Hawk Landfill in Waterloo, Iowa.
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