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HVO fossil-free diesel fuel for more sustainable heating

ICS Cool Energy is set to introduce Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) fossil-free, diesel fuel as an option for its generator, boiler and heater hire product portfolio.

The biodegradable HVO is a more sustainable fuel alternative to traditional diesel and leads to even 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions as well as Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) and particulate matter pollution (PM) from the burner or engine, with unchanged performance. The HVO biodiesel can be used as a drop-in replacement or mixed with regular diesel, with no requirements for engine or burner modifications or more frequent maintenance intervals.

“Sustainability is at the core of ICS Cool Energy’s business. With our eMission Critical initiative, we have set ambitious plans to reduce carbon emissions from our products and thus help our customers to reduce impact upon the environment and achieve their sustainability targets,” said Dave Palmer, general manager for UK and Ireland at ICS Cool Energy. “By approving and validating the use of HVO in our heating hire solutions we give our customers another option to increase the sustainability of their operations.”

15 March 2022


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