The future is bright for biodiesel. Continued advancements in second-generation feedstock development, such as algae, and technological developments like enzymatic processing, mean biodiesel continues to evolve in order to satisfy ever-increasing societal demands for greener, cleaner, high-performing energy.
Engine manufacturers continue to approve higher blends of biodiesel for heavy-duty vehicles in addition to making available more passenger diesel options in countries that have historically relied on petroleum-powered transport. As a result, biodiesel is well-positioned to grow beyond its current use.
Biodiesel growth hitherto has been supported in part by several federal, provincial and state renewable fuel standards in nations like Canada, the U.S., Brazil, Indonesia and a myriad of other governmental programs across the world.
Biofutures 10yr Roadmap Action Plan
Liquid Fuel Supply Act