Amp Americas dairy renewable gas-to-vehicle fuel projects are some of the largest dairy biogas-to-renewable gas facilities in the U.S. We design, build, own and operate biogas upgrading facilities and pipeline injection points for agricultural waste projects. Additionally, we serve as a gas marketer for RNG across the country.
We build RNG production facilities and enable dairy farmers to convert waste into energy to combat climate change and improve air quality.
As a pioneer in the dairy RNG industry, we held the first 5 pathways to California’s LCFS. Amp Americas operates several on-farm facilities across the United States that complete the entire process from manure conversion into methane, to methane compression into RNG, and finally RNG injection directly into the fuel pipeline. From there, the fuel is used by a variety of transportation fleets, directly impacting the environment by preventing hundreds of thousands of tons of greenhouse emissions.
At Fair Oaks Farms in Indiana, we built and still operate the largest on-farm dairy gas upgrade project in the country. This project has generated substantial financial returns for our farm partners, who remain focused on running their complex dairy operation.
We bring capital, engineering and operations expertise, and extensive gas marketing experience to dairy farms around the country.
Amp Americas is the only fueling partner with the experience that comes from being a fully vertically integrated provider of RNG solutions… including building a network and operating our own 42-truck fleet hauling Fair Oaks Farms milk across the Midwest.
We built 8 public access stations especially for Ruan Transport Corporation in Indiana and the Greater Southwest Agency milk cooperative in Texas to enable our dairy partners and their fleets to reduce shipping costs and clean up their delivery network.
Dairy manure converted into renewable natural gas (RNG) for use as a transportation fuel increases farm revenue in two ways: