At this point, the need to decarbonize road transportation is widely accepted — the EPA reports that the transportation sector contributes nearly one-third of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, 83% of which come from light-duty vehicles and medium- and heavy-trucks. Electrification is rapidly picking up speed, but significant barriers still prevent it from being a viable option for all fleet owners — and all vehicles.
By converting its fleet customers in three major markets to renewable diesel, the company has transitioned nearly every California fleet customer to sustainable alternative fuel
SAN MATEO, Calif., September 20, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Recognizing fleet customers’ growing demand for lower-carbon energy sources, Booster®, the leading tech-driven mobile energy delivery company, announces that it has expanded its renewable diesel product offering to three new markets in California.
Renewable diesel can bridge the gap as we work to electrify transportation
Even with electric vehicles (EVs) on the horizon, the greatest barrier to decarbonizing the transportation sector, particularly in the last mile, is clean energy infrastructure. While we all want to see more EVs on the road, today and for many years to come, charging infrastructure will limit the adoption of electric vehicles, even with new electric vehicles available for retail and fleet customers to purchase.