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The transport sector is a major contributor to the emission of greenhouse gases. Road, air and water transport mostly run on fossil fuels. Therefore, the transport industry needs to invest in and embrace innovative solutions that help to drive down its pollution footprint.

Sustainable biofuel by GoodFuel

An innovative company, GoodFuels’ is producing its second-generation sustainable biofuel, also known as Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), from certified feedstock that is labelled a waste or residue. There are no land-use issues, no competition with food production or deforestation. So, the company does not compete with food that would otherwise have been used by humans or animals posing a threat to food security.

Below are the major features and benefits of its biofuel:

  • up to 90% CO2 reduction
  • eliminates sulphur (SOx)
  • significantly lowers nitrogen (NOx) and particulate matter (PM)
  • as drop-in biofuel easy to implement in any diesel engine
  • compatible with the current engine and infrastructure
  • high-quality fuel boosting performance
  • supported by all major engine manufacturers
  • able to deliver our biofuel in any fossil blend you require
Biofuels from waste and residue reduce CO2 emissions while helping to tackle our waste problem. Photo Credit: Good Fuels


  • up to 90% CO2 reduction
  • made from sustainable waste and residue streams
  • eliminates sulphur (SOx), lowers nitrogen (NOx) and particulate matter (PM)


  • as drop-in biofuel easy to implement in any diesel engine
  • fully compatible with current engine and infrastructure
  • in any bio/fossil fuel blend you require


  • high-quality fuel boosting performance
  • reducing CO2 and local emissions
  • supported by most major engine manufacturers

Markets for the biofuel

One of the major benefits of GoodFuel′s biofuel is its wide application in a variety of markets. It can be used in road transport, construction industry, power generators and rail transport.

GoodFuel′s biofuel is versatile and can be used across transport and other sectors. Photo Credit: Good Fuel

Road transport

Reduce CO2 by using GoodFuels’ sustainable biofuels for your diesel-powered transport(ation).

Construction industry

Fuel your diesel-powered heavy construction machinery or generators with sustainable biofuels to reduce CO2.

Power generators

Generate green energy by filling up diesel power generators with GoodFuels’ sustainable biofuel.

Rail transport

Use sustainable biofuel for diesel locomotives where rail track electrification is not feasible.

Marine transport

The biofuels can be used for inland shipping, ocean freight, waterworks and public transportation to reduce CO2 footprint.

GoodFuel is driving change for good. Photo Credit: GoodFuel

GoodFuels Feedstock

The company’s feedstock comes from the following:

Forest-residues: Considered the world’s most sustainable biofuel currently available, produced in Europe from residues of the paper and pulp industry.

Used Cooking Oil (UCO): This is a waste stream from food-processing, which has little alternative applications. It is currently the most used feedstock in the Netherlands.

It is exciting to see how GoodFuel′s sustainable biofuels are helping to reduce CO2 emissions across the transportation sector and keep the world travelling towards a more sustainable future.


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