Switching diesel vehicles to low carbon biofuels will reduce transportation CO2 emissions far quicker that a switch to BEVs.…
February 17, 2021 |
The demand for biodiesel and other renewable fuels will continue to grow — largely because of the regulations and initiatives just described. The good news is that a majority of equipment manufacturers now support the use of B20 and are evaluating even higher blends. This is an affordable, drop-in solution that typically requires no infrastructure or equipment changes.
Data shared by the National Biodiesel Board show that biodiesel is currently available at more than 2,400 major truck stops, retailers and distributors. In addition, 2019-2020 saw a 7.3% increase in Class 8 vehicles running on the newest generation of advanced diesel technology.
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