A New Era for Biogas and RNG in Oregon and Washington

October 24 | 9 am to 3 pm | Portland, Oregon |  click here
October 26 | 9 am to 3 pm | SeaTac, Washington | click here

Much has changed in policy, markets, and finance to make biogas/renewable natural gas projects attractive to developers and investors. Spend the day with WSU, industry, and public sector experts to discover where the opportunities are found and how to take advantage of new funding opportunities. To register for October 24, click here, and for October 26, click here.

RNG – From Farm to Fuel

When:             Thursday, November 10, 2022, from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where:            Comfort Inn and Suites, 3703 Plaza Way, Kennewick, Washington 99338, 509.579.0897

This event is free for Northwest food processors, Northwest fleets, and NW Alliance members. To register, please visit: https://www.nwga.org/events/rng-from-food-to-fuel/


RNG 101
RNG From the Utilities’ Perspective
RNG Case Studies for Food Processors
Gas Conditioning
Lunch and Luncheon Presentation – Engine Technology & Vehicle Availablity
CNG Fleet Presentation
Station Design, Financing, and RNG Supply Financial & Environmental Benefits of Transitioning to RNG

The NW Alliance for Clean Transportation, Cummins Engines, Intermountain Gas, and the Idaho Trucking Association take this opportunity to invite you to a lunchtime conversation regarding the benefits of using Conventional or Renewable Natural Gas (CNG/RNG) as a transportation fuel. They are hosting two events in Idaho; September 28 in Boise and September 29 in Jerome.

RNG offers trucking companies, including waste and ag haulers, an opportunity to:

  • Run heavy at 129,000 pounds without materially compromising range.
  • Turn waste into fuel.
  • Cut their transportation fuel bill by as much as 90%.
  • Decarbonize their fleet and meet sustainability goals.

Over lunch at Intermountain Gas’ offices in Boise and Jerome, we’ll cover the following topics:

  • What is Conventional and Renewable Natural Gas (CNG/RNG)?
  • How does natural gas engine technology work?
  • How does natural gas fueling work?
  • What financial, operational, and environmental benefits are associated with using CNG and RNG as fuel?

These events will take place at from 11:00 a.m.– 2:00 p.m. Please register by location below.

  1. September 28 – Intermountain Gas Company (IGC) headquarters Boise on September 28, click here.
    The address is 555 S Cole Road, Boise,  83709.
  2. September 29 – IGC’s Jerome office on September 29, click here.
    The address is 451 Alan Drive, JEROME, 83338.

If you should have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Alex Schay, Membership Services, NW Alliance for Clean Transportation, O –  (503) 460-9502, M – (971) 221-8479, aschay@nwalliance.net