Biofuels for sustainable retail logistics

Retailers such as Tesco, EDEKA and SPAR are testing alternative fuels


Four different fuel taps at a filling station; Copyright: lucigerma/Envato

Alternative fuels – such as hydrogen, electricity and biofuels – offer innovative solutions to reduce environmental pollution and CO2 emissions in the transport sector.
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Innovative fuels for a green transport sector

Various test tubes and Erlenmeyer flasks filled with different plant materials; Copyright: ckstockphoto/Envato

The development of biofuels is becoming increasingly important as companies seek sustainable alternatives to conventional fossil fuels in order to minimise their environmental impact.
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What are biofuels?

An EDEKA truck at a filling station filling up with Bio-LNG; Copyright: EDEKA Minden-Hannover/Christian Schwier

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Decarbonising logistics with bio-LNG: EDEKA Minden-Hannover

Biomethane from food waste reduces CO2 emissions at Tesco

Three people stand in front of SPAR trucks with a green HVO fuel sign; Copyright: SPAR / MEDIArt

SPAR Managing Director Carina Pollhammer, SPAR Logistics Manager Raimund Hämmerle (left) and SPAR driver Salvatore Greco (right) are delighted with the sustainable HVO100 fuel.

SPAR extracts fuel from old cooking oils

Opportunities and challenges for biofuels in retail logistics

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