Biodiesel —
Helping Sustain the Environment and the Economy 


What is biodiesel? That’s a question with a lot of answers. Biodiesel is a renewable fuel made from a relatively simple chemical process known as transesterification. Feedstocks that are renewable resources such as animal fats, vegetable oils and recycled cooking oil are given new life and transformed into a renewable fuel.

Biodiesel is a fuel that often costs less than petroleum diesel.

It also enhances performance through higher Cetane, added lubricity and a cleaner burn. Biodiesel is a clean-energy solution for fleets and other end users who want to reduce harmful emissions. Biodiesel is also a drop-in fuel — virtually all diesel engines can run on biodiesel blends ranging from 5 percent to 20 percent without modification. Biodiesel is the fuel that can bring all these benefits to fleets, retailers and wholesalers. 

Biodiesel 101

Learn more about what biodiesel is, how it's made, and how it benefits you economically and environmentally.