How Washington Gas is approaching renewable natural gas

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By Philip Sheehy, Maurice Oldham, John O'Brien, and Stephen Soulé
Maurice Oldham
Senior Consultant, Transportation and Energy
Stephen Soulé
Director, Strategy & Corporate Development, Washington Gas

Washington Gas wanted to know: how much money could be saved by using renewable natural gas as a GHG emission reduction strategy? They commissioned a study to understand the economic impact of delivering RNG to all sectors of the economy—and the extent to which it can contribute to broader climate and clean energy commitments.

Experts from Washington Gas and ICF discuss:

  • The potential economic and environmental impacts of deploying RNG to help meet decarbonization objectives.
  • The key opportunities—and challenges—of RNG deployment across various end uses.
  • Strategies to help foster a conducive policy and regulatory framework for RNG production and consumption.

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Meet the authors
  1. Philip Sheehy, Director, Transportation and Energy

    Philip is committed to identifying cost-effective solutions to meet the challenge of decarbonization, with over 15 years of experience navigating the technical, economic, and regulatory challenges associated with decarbonizing transportation fuels.  View bio

  2. Maurice Oldham, Senior Consultant, Transportation and Energy
  3. John O'Brien, Executive Vice President, Strategy & Public Affairs, WGL Holdings Inc., and Washington Gas
  4. Stephen Soulé, Director, Strategy & Corporate Development, Washington Gas