Finding sustainable fuel solutions is becoming increasingly vital. With growing concerns about environmental impact and the need to reduce carbon emissions, the market are constantly seeking alternative fuels that can meet both performance and sustainability requirements. One such option gaining attention is hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO) – a 100% drop-in replacement for existing diesel engines.

Hydrogenated vegetable oil is a renewable diesel fuel derived from vegetable oils, such as rapeseed oil, soybean oil, or palm oil. Through a process called hydrogenation, these oils are chemically modified to produce a cleaner-burning alternative to traditional diesel fuel.

HVO is fully compatible and mixable with traditional diesel and can be mixed at any percentage so any existing diesel on-site can still be utilised, and diesel engines will not need to be exhaustively emptied or cleaned out. Simply ensure your fleet equipment models have OEM approval – to check your vehicle or equipment model already has OEM approval, consult your manufacturer’s handbook or contact our driver support team.

Carbon offsetting helps to fuel a greener business and differentiate from competitors, demonstrating a clear commitment to acting on climate change and reducing global carbon emissions.

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