In the most recent episode of Fueling Conversations, a content partnership with Brownfield Ag News, Veronica Bradley, Clean Fuels environmental science director talks about the role that science plays in clean burning fuels and cleaner air.
“What’s really important about the Clean Fuels industry not only can you drop in these fuels today into your equipment to get those immediate reduction in carbon emissions, but you have certain industries like heavy duty vehicles and equipment, rail, marine and aviation where liquid fuel is really the only answer now because the energy density in the fuel is so much greater than any batteries out there today,” says Bradley. “So, looking at biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel, not only are they great today but they’re really the answer for the next 10, 20, 30 years and longer particularly in aviation.”
Bradley says these fuels are important today and in the long term as we aim to meet this administration’s carbon reduction goals as well as the initiatives set by corporate America.
Listen to the interview HERE
Clean Fuels is wrapping up a 13-week content partnership with Brownfield where subject matter experts discuss growth of the industry and its impact on agriculture, the environment and energy diversification through a series of interviews that air across Brownfield Ag News networks.
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