Thermal hydrolysis process turns raw methane into renewable natural gas
Biogas conditioning company GraniteFuel Engineering, based in Toronto, has developed a new technology that improves the cost effectiveness of the process of turning raw methane into renewable natural gas.
Tech taps on-farm natural gas
That research has led to a new process that helps clean methane from livestock operations, wastewater treatment plants and landfills more efficiently. Company’s thermal hydrolysis process lowers cost of turning raw methane into renewable natural gas.
GraniteFuel Engineering Announces Patent-Pending Technology to Facilitate Carbon-Negative Energy Production
Green energy providers and large agricultural operations in the USA are more eager than ever to turn this waste into RNG, with the recent passing of the Inflation Reduction Act, which provides tax credits to renewable energy projects. The team of experts at GraniteFuel (DCL) provide guidance for customers to take advantage of incentives, providing a truly green, alternate stream of revenue.