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Pipeline Biogas

California will continue to need gas for energy reliability, heavy duty transportation, and hard to electrify end uses such as manufacturing, industry, cement, glass, and more. That gas does not have to come from fossil fuels, though. California can replace fossil fuel gas with renewable gases like biomethane and hydrogen generated from organic waste and renewable power. Renewable gas produced from organic waste can be used in place of fossil fuel gas and can provide carbon negative emissions by reducing open burning of forest or agricultural waste and reducing landfilling or pile and decay of other organic waste.