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Natural gas (methane) is currently supplied in Maine from fracked wells in Pennsylvania. But methane can be produced sustainably from dairy farms and waste water treatment facilities here in Maine.

To some extent, it already is (See: https://bangordailynews.com/2019/05/23/business/maine-natural-gas-company-has-big-plans-to-turn-cow-manure-into-renewable-energy/).

Guilt-free home and industrial heating in the cold climates of Maine can be achieved by integrating anaerobic digestion more fully into municipal waste management systems (See: http://www.engineersjournal.ie/2018/01/09/sustainable-developments-anaerobic-digestion-wastewater/).

Natural gas has been called a "bridge fuel". This is the other side of that bridge.

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