Save up to 89% CO₂ in the entire chain with the advanced synthetic biofuel made from vegetables. HVO fuel is suitable for existing diesel vehicles and helps reduce emissions and produces cleaner engines.
HYDROTREATED VEGETABLE OIL
HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) fuel is a synthetic biofuel made from biomass and suitable for driving existing diesel vehicles. It is also called a 2nd generation biofuel because it is made from renewable and sustainable raw materials that do not compete with the food chain. The fuel is fossil-free and biodegradable. With HVO you can save up to 89% CO2 in the entire chain.
To obtain this fuel from biomass, the biomass is first gasified. This is also called Pyrolysis and synthetic gas is created in this phase. The gas is then converted to liquid using a Fischer-Tropsch-like method. Biomass-to-liquid contains very few sulphur particles and aromatics, so they cannot be released during combustion in the engine. This lowers the fine particulate emissions and the sulphur emissions are even reduced to almost 0 g/ml.
Below you can see which CO2 savings can be achieved with HVO. The higher the percentage of HVO, the greater the CO2 reduction.
|Product||Percentage HVO||Percentage HQ Biofuel||CO2 emissions reduction WtW||CO2 emissions reduction TtW||Quality|
|HVO 30 Diesel||30%||0%||27%
||ISCC en EN590|
|HVO 50 Diesel||50%||0%||45%
||ISCC en EN590 AD|
|HVO 100 Diesel||100%||0%||89%
||ISCC en EN15940|
- Particulate Matter reduction 10% - 34%
- NOx reduction 14% - 40%*
- Sulfur dust emissions > 99%*
* Depending on blend and engine type.