Hydrogen energy products, such as fuel cells and hydrogen-powered vehicles, use hydrogen as a clean and efficient fuel source, producing only water as a byproduct and offering a promising alternative to fossil fuels in transportation and other applications.
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) are gaseous fuel products that offer a cleaner and more sustainable alternative to traditional liquid fossil-derived fuels to reduce emissions and environmental impacts.
Biodiesel is a renewable fuel made from plant or animal-based sources, which can be used as a cleaner and more sustainable alternative to petroleum diesel in transportation and other applications.
Dyed energy products, such as dyed diesel fuel, are used for off-road purposes and are marked with a special dye to distinguish them from taxed, on-road fuel, helping to ensure compliance with fuel tax regulations and promoting fair and sustainable use of energy resources.
Clear diesel is a type of traditional fuel that doesn’t have any added dyes. It’s classified as a fossil diesel or mineral diesel and is most commonly used in road vehicles. Diesel fuel is easier to refine from petroleum than gasoline and contains hydrocarbons. In North America, most diesel fuel consumed is ultra-low sulfur distillate/diesel (ULSD).
Renewable diesel, often referred to as HDRD (hydrogenated-derived renewable diesel), HVO (hydrogenated vegetable oil) or HEFA (hydrotreated esters and fatty acids) is a drop-in ready renewable energy source that can be used in exchange of traditional diesel.