Archaea Energy has industry-leading experts in project development, engineering, landfill operations and green gas energy with over 200 years of combined experience and over 30+ RNG projects. Our replicable approach enables the perpetual generation of renewable energy. Each project is optimized to become a green-yield machine driven by long‐term investment-grade off-takes and power purchase agreements.
Archaea Energy uses the existing gas infrastructure to reach customers nationwide. We physically deliver RNG coast-to-coast and to markets that place the greatest value on the environmental benefits of our low-emission fuel. This includes every single metroplex in the continental U.S. without needing to build any new interstate pipelines. Pipeline owners are very supportive in helping us deliver our low-emission RNG to their customers.
The University of California (“UC”) launched its Carbon Neutrality Initiative in 2013 with a commitment to cutting greenhouse gas emissions from its buildings and vehicle fleet to net-zero by 2025. UC is partnering with Archaea to develop a biomethane project in San Bernardino County that will capture and clean methane from an existing landfill. An on-site treatment plant will turn it into RNG for use on UC campuses. The facility expects to generate 900,000 MMBtus of RNG annually.
UC will receive half of the production for 15 years — enough biomethane to replace UC Santa Barbara’s entire current natural gas use.
Located at the Boyd County landfill in Ashland, KY, this facility is expected to produce over 2,300 MMBtu/day of RNG.
Located at the Keystone Sanitary landfill in Dunmore, PA, this facility is expected to produce over 12,000 MMBtu/day of RNG, making it the largest RNG project in the world.
Located at the Medora landfill in Medora, IN, this facility is expected to produce over 2,100 MMBtu/day of RNG.
Located at the Montgomery County landfill in Jeffersonville, KY, this facility is expected to produce over 1,300 MMBtu/day of RNG.
Located at the Juniper Ridge landfill in Bangor, ME, this facility is expected to produce over 600 MMBtu/day of RNG.
Located at the Mid Valley landfill in Rialto, CA, this facility is expected to produce over 2,700 MMBtu/day of RNG.
Utilizing gas from two landfills in Newport Beach and Colton, CA, this facility is expected to produce 7 tons per day of renewable hydrogen.