Biodiesel. Renewable Diesel.
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Feb. 5-8, 2024
Join key players from the clean fuels industry for one can’t-miss event at the OMNI Fort Worth Hotel in 2024!
March 11 -13, 2024
Join us in Kansas City to learn about the latest efforts relevant to advancing sustainably produced clean fuels in the marketplace.
The benefits keep growing.
Our fuels offer better performance, immediate cost savings, lower emissions, positive economic impact and improved air quality.
Availability continues to grow for cleaner-burning fuels made from an increasingly diverse mix of renewable resources.
Domestically produced and commercially available NOW, these sustainable fuel solutions serve commercial ground, rail, marine and air transport and consumer home heating.
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We connect leaders across the biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel industries to deliver better, cleaner fuels now for people and the planet.
Through our technical, environmental and quality assurance programs, we are the leading voice for education, advocacy, communications and market development in the renewable fuels industry.
Fortune 500 companies among speakers to address premier biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel event.
Clean Fuels Alliance America comments on a positive start to the program for biomass-based diesel.
The latest updates highlight the enhanced performance of biodiesel and biodiesel blends.
Clean Fuels hosted the annual BioFry event in coordination with the American Soybean Association and North American Renderers Association. The event drew nearly 100 attendees from the Capitol Hill community.
Using the GREET model will support investments by farmers, oilseed processors and domestic producers to meet the SAF Grand Challenge
Clean Fuels Releases Outlook on Global Supplies of Used Cooking Oil for Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Production
Global UCO supplies are anticipated to rise from 3.7 billion gallons in 2022 to between 5 billion and 10 billion gallons by 2030. The U.S. market at 850 million gallons could rise to 1.1 billion gallons.