In 2022, global trade of used cooking oil for clean fuels reached 3.7 billion gallons, with 850 million gallons available in the United States.
Infograph: the U.S. biodiesel and renewable diesel industry supports $23.2 billion in economic activity and 75,200 jobs.
Infograph: The biodiesel and renewable diesel industry is essential, generating economic, environmental, and health benefits.
The biodiesel tax incentive supports thousands of rural jobs and environmental benefits worth $4 billion in 2020.
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.
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.
U.S. biodiesel and renewable diesel production continue to ramp up, and the upward trajectory of clean fuels will only continue as companies and municipalities increase carbon reduction efforts in their fleets.
With growing demand for liquid biofuels, Nebraska continues to invest in biodiesel and renewable diesel production creating more opportunities for our nation’s soybean farmers.
New studies help quantify the significant and growing impact of biodiesel.
Clean fuels production supports 75,200 jobs across the U.S. economy.
Economic and environmental benefits exceed $6 per gallon of biodiesel