Greenlane Biogas North America Ltd., has signed a total of $12.8 million (US$10.2 million) in contracts for renewable natural gas (RNG) projects in the United States.
Greenlane will supply its membrane separation biogas upgrading system for a project owned by an international energy company. This is a repeat order within eight months from the last one.
Greenlane is also announcing contracts signed for the supply of two biogas upgrading systems, one each for separate RNG dairy farm projects in the States of Wisconsin and New York, developed and owned by a proven waste-to-energy supplier in the U.S. These two projects will each utilize Greenlane’s pressure swing adsorption (PSA) biogas upgrading system. Order fulfilment by Greenlane will start immediately on all three contracts.
“We are seeing an increase in the number and calibre of RNG project developers and owners, including large global energy producers as they seek to expand their clean energy portfolios to meet the demand for carbon negative fuel options,” said Brad Douville, president and CEO of Greenlane.
“We have worked hard to be the go-to solution provider for these customers and anticipate continued success. We believe that our ability to compete for and win new projects is based on our flexibility to provide multiple core upgrading technologies, our sole focus on the RNG market, and our strong industry track record and reputation.”
Greenlane Renewables, the parent company of Greenlane Biogas, is a global provider of biogas upgrading systems. Its systems produce clean, low-carbon and carbon-negative renewable natural gas from organic waste sources including landfills, wastewater treatment plants, dairy farms, and food waste, suitable for either injection into the natural gas grid or for direct use as vehicle fuel.
Greenlane is the only biogas upgrading company offering the three main technologies: water wash, pressure swing adsorption, and membrane separation. The company has over 30 years industry experience, patented proprietary technology, and over 125 biogas upgrading systems sold into 19 countries worldwide.