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: Because biodiesel and renewable diesel are drop-in alternatives, fleets can achieve valuable carbon reductions today at a relatively low cost.
Infograph: The biodiesel and renewable diesel industry is essential, generating economic, environmental, and health benefits.
Trinity Report 2.0: Assessment of Health Benefits from Using Biodiesel as a Transportation Fuel and Residential Heating Oil
This report assesses the health benefits of replacing ultra-low sulfur diesel with 100% biomass-based diesel in transportation at fourteen locations and home heating oil in one location across the United States.
Report assesses the health benefits of using 100% biomass-based diesel in residential space heating sources currently fueled by heating oil in select northeastern states.
Infograph: Biodiesel blends are being used successfully in challenging winter climates.
Infograph: Biodiesel must be produced to strict ASTM fuel specifications, ensuring proper performance in all engines and equipment in the marketplace.
NREL guide provides basic information on the proper and safe use of biodiesel and biodiesel blends in engines to help fleets, individual users, blenders, distributors, and others understand procedures for handling and using biodiesel fuels.
Infograph: Original Equipment Manufacturer Positions on Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel
Sample Material Safety Data Sheet for Biodiesel
The latest updates highlight the enhanced performance of biodiesel and biodiesel blends.
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.