What is RNG?

RNG, also known as biomethane, is a biofuel produced from organic materials such as agricultural waste, municipal solid waste, landfill gas, and wastewater treatment and plant biosolids. Unlike conventional CNG, which is a fossil fuel extracted from underground reserves, RNG is derived from renewable sources.

Using net-zero RNG as transportation fuel is the fastest way for heavy-duty fleets to achieve emissions goals and reduce climate change impacts.

Make the switch to RNG

We have created a guide to help heavy-duty fleets make an informed analysis of natural gas trucks and RNG fuel, as well as provide a framework for developing their own business case.

It includes the experience and expertise of some of the nation’s leading fleets and our own in-depth industry insights on natural gas vehicle technology.