The urgency of reducing the carbon footprint from transport is more visible than ever. Using sustainable biofuels in heavy transport is essential to accelerate the energy transition.
Together with you we create and implement sustainable solutions. We will accompany you in setting your climate goals and help you move towards a better world.
GoodFuels’ advanced sustainable biofuel
GoodFuels’ next generation sustainable biofuel, also known as Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), is produced from certified feedstock that is labelled a waste or residue. There are no land-use issues, no competition with food production or deforestation. Read more about our sustainability policy here.
- up to 90% CO2 reduction
- eliminates sulphur (SOx)
- significantly lowers nitrogen (NOx) and particulate matter (PM)
- as drop-in biofuel easy to implement in any diesel engine
- compatible with current engine and infrastructure
- high-quality fuel boosting performance
- supported by all major engine manufacturers
- able to deliver our biofuel in any fossil blend you require
- Up to 90% CO2 reduction
- Made from sustainable waste and residue streams
- Eliminates Sulphur (SOx), lowers Nitrogen (NOx) and Particulate Matter (PM)
- As drop-in biofuel easy to implement in any diesel engine
- Fully compatible with current engine and infrastructure
- In any bio/fossil fuel blend you require
- High-quality fuel boosting performance
- Reducing CO2 and local emissions
- Supported by most major engine manufacturers
Reduce CO2by using GoodFuels’ sustainable biofuels for your diesel-powered transport(ation).
Fuel your diesel-powered heavy construction machinery or generators with sustainable biofuels to reduce CO2.
Generate green energy by filling up diesel power generators with GoodFuels’ sustainable biofuel.
Use sustainable biofuel for diesel locomotives where rail track electrification is not feasible.
Forest-residues: Considered the world’s most sustainable biofuel currently available, produced in Europe from residues of the paper and pulp industry.
Used Cooking Oil (UCO): This is a waste stream from food-processing, which has little alternative applications. It is currently the most used feedstock in the Netherlands.