Greenlane Renewables, a leading provider of biogas upgrading technologies and systems, recently announced the closing of a 35.3 million system supply contract in Brazil. The company’s equipment will be used to process biogas into renewable natural gas (RNG) for sale in Brazil’s existing natural gas pipeline networks.
This landmark contract furthers Greenlane’s mission to become the global leader in providing renewable natural gas solutions. Since 2014, the company has been developing, manufacturing, and installing its proven Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) systems to facilitate the supply of biomethane into existing natural gas pipelines, and providing commercial-scale alternatives to traditional methods of distributing renewable gas.
This contract, which is the largest of its kind outside of North America, marks a major breakthrough for both Greenlane and the Brazilian biomethane industry. Through The RNG produced by the equipment, customers in Brazil will be able to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions.
Erik Mikkelsen, Senior Vice President of Greenlane, expressed his enthusiasm regarding the project: “This project is a milestone for us. It is our first major turnkey contract outside of North America and it validates our step over the threshold of being a North American leader of RNG technology to a global leader.”
Greenlane has already installed over 400MW of renewable natural gas systems in North America, Europe and Asia. The company is currently leading a project for the construction of one of the world’s first large-scale RNG Stratified Tank, to be operational in Brazil by 2022.
The project in Brazil will be a major step forward for Greenlane and the biomethane industry. It is a testament to the company’s growing presence in the renewable energy space and its commitment to helping customers achieve their sustainability goals.