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Frontiers: Methane and the Green Economy?

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Published on Jun 27, 2014

March 26, 2014 -- Doug Cameron, Co-President, First Green Partners

On one hand, much of today's methane is produced by hydraulic fracturing, an environmentally controversial process. In addition, low-cost methane has resulted in reduced investment in renewable energy solutions such as wind and solar. On the other hand, the increased use of methane for electricity generation has resulted in the lowering of greenhouse gas emissions in the US. Although most methane is derived from fossil sources, it can also be generated from renewable resources. Join us as we explore whether methane wears the black or white hat in the green economy.

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