Renewable Energy Group launches new range of sustainable fuels


The company seeks to help customers transition to sustainable energy and improve decarbonization with its new EnDura Fuels products.

Renewable Energy Group, Inc. announced the launch of EnDura Fuels, a line of branded fuel solutions to support the company’s efforts in transitioning to more sustainable fuels. The company seeks to help the transportation industry achieve its goals of sustainability and business growth while strengthening its market position.

The new range consists of five bio-based diesel fuels, including Renewable Energy Group’s latest product, PuriD, a next-generation biodiesel. These solutions help the trucking, rail, marine, aviation and other industries achieve their sustainability goals through cleaner-burning, low-emission fuels.

“At REG, we are helping to redefine what is possible with the cleaner fuel solutions we are unveiling, which allow us to immediately serve our customers and the world as the partner of choice for the clean energy transition,” said said Cynthia Warner, President and CEO. of the renewable energy group.

In addition to PuriD, the new range includes: InfiniD, a high quality biodiesel for use in most diesel applications; VelociD, a clean, renewable diesel that can be blended at almost any level; Ultra Clean Blend, 100% renewable fuel made from a blend of VelociD and PuriD; and BeyonD, a sustainable low-fossil carbon aviation fuel.

“Bio-based diesel can play a vital role in helping the entire transportation industry reduce carbon emissions, and our customers are already seeing great success with our range of fuels, including our latest fuel innovation , PuriD, and our flagship product Ultra Clean BlenD,” added Warner.

According to a US Environmental Protection Agency report cited by the company, the transportation industry is responsible for 29% of all carbon emissions in the country. Biodiesel and renewable diesel generate the greatest reduction in fossil carbon emissions, up to 100%, compared to other alternatives in the transport sector.

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