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Booster expands renewable diesel product offering in California

Booster has expanded its renewable diesel product offering to three new markets in California. The move enables nearly 50 Booster-fueled fleets in Sacramento, San Jose and San Diego — totalling nearly 1,000 fleet vehicles serviced daily — to slash their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by up to 70%, Booster says. With the addition of these

Booster expands mobile fueling services

Booster is expanding services across the United States with several new market launches in Portland, Oregon; Philadelphia; and Boston – and will be in a fourth, Phoenix, in October. Phoenix will mark the company’s thirteenth major market following its recent expansion. All told, the company currently has offices in Boston (which also services Providence, Rhode

Amid changing regulations, mobile fueling can simplify adoption of sustainable fuels

The need for decarbonization in the transportation sector is clear. According to the EPA, transportation is now responsible for nearly one-third of U.S. GHG emissions, the majority of which (83%) are created by light-duty vehicles and medium- and heavy-duty trucks. In 2019, FedEx attributed 92% of the company’s carbon emissions footprint to its fleet. Less

Booster converts nearly 1,200 diesel vehicles to renewable fuel in first month

Booster has converted more than 90 of its diesel customers with close to 1,200 vehicles to renewable fuels within the first month of its decarbonization initiative. This move will help Booster’s customers cut emissions by more than 70%, saving more than 34 million pounds of carbon emissions next year, Booster says. Booster notified its fleet

Renewable Energy Group, Booster, partner to offer sustainable fuels mobile delivery

Booster, a tech-enabled energy delivery service, and Renewable Energy Group (REG), producer and provider of lower-carbon fuels, announced a partnership to provide mobile delivery of renewable diesel, biodiesel and blended fuels to fleets. The service started in California, starting with the San Francisco Bay Area and Orange County, in August and has the potential to