Customers of Enchanted Rock, a major provider of electrical resiliency microgrids, now have the option to choose RNG to achieve their net-zero goals.
RNG, derived from methane emissions from decomposing waste at landfills, agricultural waste, and water treatment, can be injected into the existing natural gas pipeline system and displace the use of fossil-based gas.
“We’re thrilled to announce this exciting step in the evolution of our decarbonisation strategy,” said Thomas McAndrew, founder and CEO of Enchanted Rock.
“Enchanted Rock is firmly dedicated to developing solutions to help our customers continue on the path towards a sustainable future. Our ability to integrate RNG into our offering to customers is an exciting step in our journey to help address today’s environmental challenges.
“Today’s leading enterprises face the unique challenge of mitigating the impact of increasingly frequent power outages while continuing to reduce their emissions footprint, and Enchanted Rock prides itself in its ability to deliver the cleanest, most resilient solution in the market to its customers.”
This move represents the firm’s history of clean energy innovation dating back to 2012, when Enchanted Rock pioneered the use of cleaner generators beginning with EPA Tier 4 diesel and further evolution to ultra-clean natural gas.
The company has already reduced the local pollutants of backup power solutions by over 99% and carbon intensity by 10%. With this announcement, the firm will reduce the carbon intensity of backup power by 100%.
Johannes Escudero, founder and CEO of the Coalition for RNG, commented: “RNG is an essential component of a strategy to decarbonise America’s energy portfolio and a no-regrets solution to addressing methane from society’s organic waste streams.
“Enchanted Rock has forged a sterling reputation for developing and deploying clean and reliable back up power solutions, and today’s announcement is a strong proof point of their success.”