Putting 💩 to good use in Portland

A natural gas fueling station at the City of Portland’s wastewater treatment plant is now offering a cleaner-air alternative to the diesel traditionally used by some City vehicles. The first milestone in the “Poop to Power” project, this natural gas fueling station will provide gas from conventional sources, then switch to renewable natural gas one […]

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Clean Fuels Unshackled

The Portland Business Journal’s Pete Danko recently sat down with several Clean Fuels credit generators to learn more about their participation in Oregon’s new Clean Fuels Standard, and how the program has helped their businesses thrive. Read on for a fascinating look at how this new, market-based program is providing the economic certainty necessary for […]

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From Damaging Greenhouse Gas to Local Clean Fuel: Happening in Portland!

Have you heard the good news? A groundbreaking project to convert waste methane from Portland’s sewage treatment processing plant into renewable natural gas will soon be underway. The clean fuels will be sold in Portland and elsewhere to replace diesel fuel in trucks. This effort will generate upwards of $3 million in revenue a year, and replace […]

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