PeakHVO is a fossil free diesel, which is significantly better for the environment than fossil diesel, while keeping up with equal performance. PeakHVO can be used immediately without modification of engines or infrastructure. In addition, PeakHVO has better combustion, filterability and cold temperature resistance than other diesel products in the market.
PeakHVO is made of 100% renewable raw materials, which does not release any new carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. It is synthetically made through the hydrotreatment process from vegetable oils, grease waste or residues from food industry and agriculture. The result is a premium quality fuel with a chemical structure almost identical to regular diesel and can therefore fully replace fossil diesel.
We understand that the government plans to phase out the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2035 and to encourage consumers to move to electric cars. This requires enormous investment both to help consumers overcome the upfront cost of an electric car and to implement the infrastructure required to make them a workable option. HVO could be part of the solution as it offers an easy way to lower traffic emissions and increase the proportion of renewable energy used in transport.
HVO has a reduced need for regular testing due to its renewable properties and has a much longer storage life than regular diesel.
HVO eliminates up to 90% of net CO2 and significantly reduces nitrogen oxide (NOx), particulate matter (PM) and carbon monoxide (CO) emissions.
Reduced particulate production during combustion reduces the ageing of engine oils.
Tried and tested product; it’s clean, safe and endorsed by a wide range of OEMs.
It has become increasingly apparent that regulation is being complemented by the wishes of cities, businesses and consumers to make environmentally friendly choices. Google, UPS Schneider and Lassila & Tikanoja, cities like San Francisco, Oakland, Porvoo and Stockholm, and many others have reduced their carbon footprint with renewable diesel.
HVO has a wide range of OEM approvals for use in modern vehicles, generators, construction machinery and industrial power systems.
Public and private sectors are under huge pressure to reduce their environmental impact. We’re passionate about providing sustainable alternatives and we believe HVO fuel is invaluable in doing so, thanks to its plethora of green and operational benefits.
The road to a greener future is essential for many businesses, with 11,900 large UK corporations legally required to report their emissions. One of the main benefits of using HVO is the significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions:
of PM (fine particulates)
of Hydrocarbons (HC)
of Carbon Monoxide (CO)
of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)
HVO is part of the paraffinic family of fuels. Paraffinic diesel is a high-quality and clean liquid fuel with zero sulphur or aromatic content.
Hydrotreating vegetable oils is a modern way to produce high-quality diesel fuels from completely renewable materials which can be regrown when stock is needed.
The crops that are used to produce HVO fuel bypass damage to the environment, the natural ecosystem and the drive for global deforestation.
There’s no need to modify existing infrastructure – you can simply top up and go.