Green Rock Energy Partners Acquires Pennsylvania Renewable Natural Gas Production Facility
- Dec 8, 2022 6:22 pm GMT
Production at the facility is expected to exceed one million gallons of renewable fuel per year, as Green Rock's portfolio of waste-to-value assets grows.
RNG is derived from renewable sources, such as organic waste from landfills, municipal waste from wastewater operations, or animal waste from agriculture operations. The production of RNG reduces greenhouse gas emissions by capturing the methane emissions produced from the decomposition of these waste products.
In addition to
Green Rock, led by five seasoned veterans of the traditional commodities sector now investing in carbon-neutral solutions, deploys equity capital within the circular economy to develop, purchase, and operate environmentally responsible and financially attractive businesses and infrastructure. The firm has a strong track record of investing in companies committed to the growth of environmental, social, and governance best practices.
“Green Rock is proud to expand our sustainable infrastructure portfolio,” said
Green Rock was supported in the
“We are excited to partner with the talented team at Green Rock on the
“VEC has been an excellent partner to Green Rock as we evaluate opportunities to deploy capital into RNG and other sustainable infrastructure opportunities,” said
VEC is a leading middle-market specialty service provider to project developers in the waste-to-energy sectors, including landfill gas (“LFG”) to power, LFG to RNG, animal manure to RNG, and source-separated organic food waste to RNG. VEC’s current service offerings include project and process engineering consulting; engineering, procurement, and construction management (“ECM” and “EPC”) services; O&M services, and other related activities. For more information, please visit www.ventureengr.com. Follow us on LinkedIn.
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