HVO distribution: a cleaner heating alternative

HVO is a cleaner alternative for heating

Amid growing concern about climate change and the urgent need to reduce carbon emissions, it is crucial to rethink our energy sources and their environmental impact. In this context, the comparison between traditional gas heating installations and the return to HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) distribution emerges as a relevant and timely debate.

Natural gas, although it has been a widely used energy source in residential and commercial heating systems, is not exactly a clean option in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. Emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other pollutants associated with gas flaring have a direct impact on air quality and climate.

HVO is a renewable alternative

HVO, a renewable alternative derived from vegetable oils and food waste, offers a much cleaner and sustainable option:

  • The HVO production process involves the hydrogenation of these organic materials.

  • It results in a fuel with considerably lower carbon emissions compared to conventional fossil fuels.

  • HVO can be easily integrated into existing fuel distribution infrastructures, making it a viable option for replacing gas in heating systems.

Inpro equipment is compatible with hydrogenated vegetable oil

At Inpro we have extensive experience in offering energy solutions for data centers with liquid fuels, such as HVO, since our equipment is 100% compatible with this biofuel:

Data centres increasing use of hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO)

Inpro bets on hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) on its products

Research study certifies that Inpro manufactures 100% HVO-compatible equipment

Germany wants to lead the use of HVO

Distribution of green diesel HVO

When comparing the environmental impact of gas heating installations and HVO distribution, it is clear that the latter offers significant advantages in terms of sustainability and emissions reduction. And that is why in Spain and in several other countries it is already possible to purchase the HVO.

Adopting HVO as a heating energy source could help to drastically decrease greenhouse gas emissions and move towards a greener, cleaner economy.

Sources of information:

Professional Transport, February 2024.

Topgear Spain, March 2022.

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