Energy infrastructure holding company South Jersey Industries Inc. (SJI) and Rev LNG LLC have broken ground on renewable natural gas (RNG) facilities at four Michigan dairy farms, the firms said.

Anaerobic digesters wold capture methane produced by cow manure at the Double Eagle, Roto-Z, Goma and Z-Star farms.

The four facilities, expected to be operational by late 2022, will produce a combined 3 million therms/year (about 300 MMcf/year) of RNG, the companies said.

“SJI recognizes that in order to achieve our goal of 100% carbon reduction by 2040, working collaboratively with organizations that share our same mission is critical,” said CEO Mike Renna.

Based in Folsom, NJ, SJI delivers natural gas to more than 700,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers...