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Global NRG Advisory launches dedicated RNG development platform

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Global NRG Advisory, a leading consulting firm in the energy sector, has announced the launch of Global NRG Renewables, a dedicated platform focused on the development of renewable natural gas (RNG) projects.
This initiative marks a significant step in the company's ongoing commitment to sustainable energy solutions and carbon footprint reduction, according to the organisation.
The inaugural project under Global NRG Renewables will be developed in Louisville, Kentucky in the US.
This state-of-the-art facility will convert organic waste into RNG, providing a cleaner, renewable source of energy to the local community.
The project aims to not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also support local economic growth through job creation and sustainable practices.
Global NRG Renewables outlined several key highlights of the platform.
It will bring sustainability focus, because it is dedicated to advancing the development and deployment of RNG, an important component in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
The Louisville project will utilise cutting-edge, innovative, technology, and so will efficiently convert organic waste into high-quality RNG, which can be used for heating, electricity generation and as a transportation fuel.
In terms of economic impact, the facility is expected to create numerous jobs during both the construction and operational phases, contributing to the local economy and promoting sustainable industrial growth.
Finally, it will bring environmental benefits. By diverting organic waste from landfills and reducing methane emissions, the project will significantly lower the carbon footprint of the region.
Chris Negus, CEO of Global NRG Advisory, said: "We are thrilled to launch Global NRG Renewables and begin our first project in Louisville, Kentucky.
"Our commitment to renewable energy and sustainability is unwavering, and this new platform exemplifies our dedication to creating a cleaner, greener future. The Louisville project is just the beginning of what we envision as a series of transformative RNG projects across the nation."

 

 






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