Peoples Gas is committed to reducing our own carbon footprint while also working with residential and commercial customers to decrease Florida’s overall carbon footprint. By increasing efficiency, decreasing our own system emissions, and supporting further use of CNG, LNG, and RNG, we are fully dedicated to supporting our environmental plan. Discover all the ways that Peoples Gas is working on the sustainability of natural gas and investing in cleaner energy.
Sustainability of natural gas is at the core of Peoples Gas’ strategy, helping to strengthen our commitment to customers, communities, and industries throughout Florida. Investing in cleaner energy, new technologies, as well as modernizing operations aimed at reducing our carbon footprint is at the heart of what we do. Our corporate initiatives support our strategic focus of safely delivering affordable, reliable fuel, for homes and businesses in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Peoples Gas is advancing renewable natural gas (RNG) through supply, advocacy, research, and development. This next-generation renewable natural gas can be produced from farms, landfills, and water resource recovery facilities. Creating energy from waste is a smart, carbon-neutral energy option for Florida’s industries. We’re also investing in liquefied natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) infrastructure to deliver cleaner, more affordable, reliable fuel for marine fleets, cruise ships, trucks, buses, and trains.
Peoples Gas is committed to Florida’s clean energy future. Learn how Peoples Gas is bringing renewable natural gas to Florida.
RNG converts waste into usable energy
At Peoples Gas, we’re investing in emerging technologies and energy system advancements including distributed generation, combined heat and power, and gas heat pumps to further reduce emissions and achieve efficiency gains. Peoples Gas will continue to explore all new natural gas technology and innovations to determine the most sustainable and suitable options for Florida
“The City of Orlando is serious about our Green Works Orlando initiative. We already have 92% of our fleet operating on alternative fuels today, and compressed natural gas is a big part of that. We rely on CNG for fueling our solid waste fleet and we continue to expand its use in ours and other city agencies.”