The City of San Leandro and Pasadena Fire Department in California have switched out diesel for renewable diesel.
The South Dakota's Division of Fleet and Travel Management, which includes 3,987 vehicles, utilized nearly 2.5 million gallons of E-10, E-30, and E-85 fuels in one year.
Renewable Energy Group, Inc. unveiled a new renewable fuel blend that is a combination of biodiesel and renewable diesel and is California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved.
Minnesota is implementing a biodiesel standard that requires No. 2 diesel fuel sold for use in combustion engines to contain a minimum of 20% biodiesel.
Located in Fair Oaks, Ind., the dairy project will be Renewable Dairy Fuels second biogas facility producing renewable natural gas from dairy waste for transportation fuel.