Bosch trialing fully renewable diesel fuel

Bosch CEO Denner: “Renewable and synthetic fuels can help limit global warming.” Cars that chauffeur board members run on fully renewable diesel. Company vehicles can refuel with 33 percent renewable diesel at the Feuerbach, Schwieberdingen, and Hildesheim locations. Bosch aims to offer renewable and synthetic fuels at all its company filling stations in Germany. Stuttgart, Germany.Since early November, the cars …

New eco-friendly synthetic diesel fuels airport fleet

Baden-Württemberg’s state airport goes for eco-friendly drives. From now on all vehicles that are not yet electrified will be refueled with a synthetic diesel. It is produced from residual and waste material as well as vegetable oil from certified sustainable cultivations. The change pays off twice: compared to fossil diesel the synthetic fuel reduces CO2 emissions by about 70 % …

Neste MY Renewable Diesel usage in working machines reduces emissions of particulates in the best case by nearly 60 percent

A study lead by Tampere University of Technology shows that the usage of pure Neste MY Renewable Diesel in working machines efficiently reduces particulate matter emissions resulting from the use of the fuel. With renewable diesel, both the number of particles as well as particulate mass were reduced in nearly all of the operating cycles of the working machines. “In …

Neste to acquire pre-treatment and storage capacity for renewable raw materials in the Netherlands as part of the company's growth program

Neste has signed an agreement with Electrawinds ReFuel B.V. on the acquisition of a former biodiesel plant in Sluiskil in the Netherlands. Neste intends to use the Sluiskil plant for the storage and pre-treatment of renewable raw materials for the company’s renewable diesel refineries. “By acquiring the Sluiskil plant, we enable expanding our raw material base further. Many new raw …

New European fuel standard will support the sales of Neste Renewable Diesel

CEN (European Committee for Standardization) has approved the EN 15940 standard for paraffinic diesel, specifying the quality and properties of advanced diesel which is either synthetic or produced from renewable raw materials through hydrotreatment. The new standard emerged as a consequence of increasing demand for alternative, cleaner traffic fuels such as Neste Renewable Diesel. Prepared by fuel producers, vehicle manufacturers …