Dairy-Derived RNG Fuel Cleaner than Electricity As the Company Opens New Office in Los Angeles And Pledges 100% RNG to All Its CNG Customers
(Fleets and Fuels) Amp Claims Lowest CI Rating Ever By Far — Amp Americas said yesterday that its RNG/renewable natural gas operation at Indiana’s Fair Oaks Farms is the first dairy-derived, waste-to-vehicle fuel pathway certified by California’s Air Resources Board – chalking up a CI/carbon Intensity score of negative 254.94 gCO2e/MJ, “which is the lowest ever issued by CARB.”
In addition to the monster CI number, the Indiana operation, which commenced output in 2011, “was also the first, and to-date only, U.S. EPA Renewable Fuel Standard-certified dairy waste-to-vehicle fuel project in the U.S.” and the first of its kind in California’s LCFS/low carbon fuel standard program.
“Fuels that emit more carbon have higher scores,” notes yesterday’s release. “Diesel registers +98, while traditional natural gas is only +79 and California electric is +35. READ MORE