Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) and Renewable Hydrogen Fuel Sales Regulations

Public utility districts are authorized to sell RNG and renewable hydrogen to facilities that condense or dispense natural gas or renewable hydrogen for use as a motor fuel. RNG is defined as methane gas or other hydrocarbons derived from organic materials. Renewable hydrogen is defined as hydrogen produced using renewable resources as the source of the hydrogen and the source for the energy input into the production process.

(Reference 54.04.190)

Jurisdiction: Washington

Type: Laws and Regulations

Enacted: Apr 17, 2015

Amended: Apr 17, 2019

Technologies: Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Natural Gas

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