Ian Kane, Greenlane Renewables’ (TSX:GRN) newly appointed president and CEO, is touting strong market growth potential in South America after the company entered into a collaborative agreement with ZEG Biogás e Energia to locally produce, market and sell one of Greenlane’s largest and most popular biogas upgrading products in Brazil.
“One of the biggest markets we see where growth can take place is the Brazilian market, (which) is pretty much untapped,” Kane said. ‘We have members of our team there. We have executed projects in Brazil. We understand the market. And that is one of the biggest growth areas we expect for Greenlane.’
Under Kane’s leadership, Greenlane is focused on building a foundation and various elements to help deliver what customers expect. In addition, part of the company’s strategy is to release a standard product portfolio.
Greenlane launched its sector-focused product lines at the RNG Works conference in Nashville, Tennessee. These include Greenlane Cascade PSA LF, Greenlane Cascade H2O, Greenlane Cascade MS and Greenlane Cascade H2S.
Watch the full interview with Greenlane Renewables President and CEO Ian Kane above.
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