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Vision RNG Brings in Steve Cowman as Board Advisor

February 6, 2024

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CANONSBURG, Pa. --Vision RNG, LLC (VRNG) is pleased to announce the addition of Steve Cowman to its leadership team as a Board Advisor. Cowman has over two decades of experience in executive level positions, spearheading growth initiatives, strategic planning, project delivery, and more. He has been a CEO, General Manager, and board member for numerous global companies in the fields of sustainable energy, renewable energy, waste management, and manufacturing. Steve brings over 13 years of direct executive level expertise in Landfill Gas (LFG) and LFG beneficial use.

He was most recently principal at management consulting firm ECO2020 LLC, and President and CEO of Nashville-based Energy Developments, INC. (EDI). During his tenure at EDI, he built a strong leadership team, increased capacity by over 200%, led multiple acquisitions and built strong customer relations.

Bill Johnson, CEO of Vision RNG said, “Our leadership team has a vast wealth of experience from a wide array of disciplines, and we continually strive to add to that team with individuals that complement our strengths. Steve will integrate seamlessly into our board structure, and his experience and insights will be invaluable as we continue to grow.”

Cowman said, “I’ve had a great deal of success in leading dynamic teams and fostering growth, and the opportunity to partner with Vision RNG adds another exciting chapter to my career. I look forward to bringing my insights to their already talented team.”

ABOUT VISION RNG

Founded in 2021, Vision RNG, supported by Vision Ridge Partners is a leading developer, owner, and operator of LFG to RNG facilities. VRNG has assembled a team of industry leaders and talent focused on using and maximizing the benefit of using LFG for our partners on both the landfill side as well as the off-take site. For more information, please visit https://visionrng.com.

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