The other renewable gas: Renewable methane as the sidekick to hydrogen and why both are needed to meet climate goals

As a company commencing its life on the precipice of the ‘hydrogen decade’, the perfect storm of factors pushing the molecule forward has been an ideal kickstart as we embark on our mission to decarbonise natural gas.

Yet while Southern Green Gas was born in the midst of this unprecedented interest in hydrogen, the company which launched in 2018, has been the culmination of many years of energy sector pursuits.

With three decades of energy sector experience under my belt, I’ve witnessed firsthand the ever-changing trends, technologies, business models and operating environments, both while working in multinationals and startups, that have shaped the energy system we see today.

Throughout this time, it’s been evident the sector has become progressively innovative in its approach to reducing its environmental footprint. With this trend has come plentiful opportunities for clean energy enthusiasts like myself to step out and pioneer new technologies aimed at decarbonising the world around us.

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