More Trucks Running On HVO

IN ADDITION to the introduction of a complete series of fully electric trucks and the development of hydrogen technology, DAF is reporting that increasing numbers of customers are using renewable fuels to drive down CO2 emissions. HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) is a latest generation biofuel that enables a reduction in CO2 emissions of up to 90% and can be used in all New Generation DAF trucks.
Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) is made from waste products and fats from the food industry. DAF says it is currently the most sustainable fuel on the market for diesel-engined trucks and unlike previous generations of biofuel, HVO has no impact on food production. Also, it is a true ‘drop-in’ fuel that can be used in DAF trucks without any vehicle modifications.
“More and more fleets are switching to HVO as a way of reducing their carbon footprint, also HVO can successfully complement the introduction of zero emission electric vehicles into a fleet by allowing a swift transition to renewables for fuelling existing vehicles,” said Adam Bennett, EV and sustainability manager for DAF Trucks UK.

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