State Senator Tom Patton (R-Strongsville) has introduced a bill that would classify certain natural gas technologies as eligible producers of renewable energy credits ("RECs") under Ohio's renewable portfolio standard. Patton's bill, Senate Bill 242, specifies that renewable energy resources do not have to be converted to electricty for the purpose of calculating RECs. Patton is targeting so-called "renewable natural gas" technologies, including anaerobic digestion and abandoned coal mine methane recovery.
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New bill would allow "renewable natural gas" projects to produce RECs
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