Industry Review of BC and Manitoba markets shows introduction of biodiesel has not caused operability problems for transport industry.
Welcome to BioFleet
This website is designed to provide information to trucking fleets and other end users of liquid fuels in Western Canada about renewable fuel blends with diesel and gasoline.
Are you curious about ethanol or biodiesel? Would you like to know what biofuels are and how they can be used? Use this site to learn more about fuel handling, how biofuels affect you, and how they reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Fuels, Fleets and Your Vehicles:
Find links to the most important resources to answer your key questions. This website carries a wealth of information about fuel quality, warranties, storage and more. The links provided will help you find information about almost every aspect of biofuel use in Canadian conditions.
Over the last few years, several provinces and the federal government have proposed and/or passed regulations requiring blends of renewable fuels in transportation fuels and heating oil. You can learn more about proposed and existing regulations in Canada, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in the Regulated Renewable Fuels Requirements section.
Find links to the most important resources to answer your critical questions. Recent demonstrations and reports found in the resources section describe the various aspects of using renewable fuel blends in a range of applications across Canada and overseas. There are reports and handouts for trucking, construction, agriculture, forestry and heating oil applications, as well as cold weather demonstrations, blending guides and storage guidelines.
BioFleet has been helping fleet managers understand biofuels since 2003, providing a common platform for sharing information and experience. The program aims to demystify biofuels and their role in helping users reduce greenhouse gas emissions while maintaining fleet performance.