As the official sponsor of Division 2 Bint Racing for this season, Crown Oil is fuelling the team’s race truck and DAF XF pace truck with its 100% renewable HVO fuel for all 2021 racing events; the first taking place at Donington Park’s Convoy in the Park on the 21-22nd August.
We’re thrilled to have partnered with Kao Data to supply fossil-free renewable diesel fuel, Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), to power its back-up generators at its Harlow campus in place of fossil diesel.
We are absolutely over the moon to have won the UK and Ireland Fuel Distributors Association (UKIFDA) Green Award for 2021, sponsored by Oilshield, a unique collaboration between European Insurance Services, Compass Environmental Consultancy and AVIVA.
We can’t expect others to make a change without leading by example, and we’re proud to be the first and only fuel supplier to run our entire delivery fleet on HVO fuel. We hope this move will showcase the fuel’s ability to perform faultlessly as a viable diesel alternative.
The Bury Agricultural Show is back but this time it’s greener than ever! As part of its commitment to become an environmentally friendly event, the show is replacing the red diesel in its tractors and equipment with Crown HVO fuel to drive down net CO2 emissions.
We are facing a global emergency. In order to stabilise climate change, net CO2 emissions need to fall to zero as soon as possible. But how can we reach this? Net zero means achieving a balance between the greenhouse gases we emit and those we remove – so, we must eliminate at least the same number of emissions as we produce.
Catering distribution business Bunzl Catering Supplies has switched its London-based fleet of vehicles to Crown HVO fuel as part of its Sustainable Future programme.
The fleet at its Charlton branch, which delivers to hospitality operators across London, comprises engines which are now fuelled with Crown HVO fuel, HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) can be used as a drop-in alternative to fossil diesel without having to modify diesel engines. It provides up to a 90% reduction in net CO2 greenhouse gas emissions and also reduces noxious tailpipe emissions.
Climate change is a global emergency and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we must switch from heating oil to renewable heating to help achieve net zero. We want to support this goal, which is why we’re thrilled to have been supporting OFTEC and UK and Ireland Fuel Distributors Association (UKIFDA) in the early technical evaluation for building regulations and decarbonising home heating with HVO fuel as a viable clean-burning alternative
The government is making changes to red diesel (off-road diesel) taxation. From 1st April 2022 it is removing tax relief for red diesel for several industries – effectively a ban on red diesel for many of its current users.
Sustainability is no Longer an Option Climate change and environmental sustainability are becoming increasingly important in the minds of the modern consumer. Not only this but the UK government is set to bring forward its target for reducing emissions by almost 15 years, with a mission to reduce 78% of…