Help your fleet reduce its carbon footprint and navigate to net-zero. Here you can read about the various new fuel technologies for Commercial Road Transport, locate truck stops that offer them and accept the Multi Service Fuel Card.

of US CO2 emissions are from Commercial Road Transport (1)
of Road Freight Leaders say decarbonization is a priority (2)
of Public Funding will be provided for clean fuel and vehicles (3)

Lower-Carbon Fuels For Commercial Road Transport

Currently making up 3% of the global demand for road transport fuel, biofuels are a renewable energy source, and a valuable part of the energy mix for fleets. Made from organic matter or waste, they can be blended into diesel, and are a cost-effective way to make your vehicles emit fewer emissions.
Natural Gas
Cleaner-burning fuels made from natural gas offer a stepping stone on the path to zero-emissions fleets. Both compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquified natural gas (LNG) are emerging as cost-competitive and cleaner transport fuels for heavy-duty road transport. Additionally, renewable forms of natural gas are also becoming more and more available in both compressed and liquified forms such as RNG (or R-CNG) and BioLNG
Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs)
Companies and cities around the globe are electrifying their fleets to reduce operating costs while meeting environmental targets and goals. Depending on the application, battery-electric trucks can be cost competitive with diesel.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs)
Hydrogen has a critical role to play in helping the world reach net zero emissions. Hydrogen can be produced from diverse domestic resources with the potential for near-zero greenhouse gas emissions. Once produced, hydrogen generates electrical power in a fuel cell, emitting only water vapor and warm air. It holds promise for growth in both the transportation energy sector because it offers a near-diesel level range, power and refueling speeds.

IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO START PLANNING FOR YOUR FLEET’S SUSTAINABILITY FUTURE. See how the differences between fuel sources can affect your bottom line. Download PDF



The State of Sustainable Fleets
Decarbonizing Road Freight
The Road To Zero Emissions
The Future Of Renewable Fuels
Sustainability Report
Shell's Progress Towards Net Zero

1) US EPA 2020 U.S. GHG Emissions by Sector & 2020 U.S. Transportation Sector GHG Emissions by Source

2) Decarbonising Road Freight: Getting into Gear. 2021 Shell International B.V.

3) GNA analysis of federal, state, local, and utility programs for on- and off-road R&D, demonstration, and in-use deployment of infrastructure and vehicles. Excludes loan programs. Multi-year programs were annualized.

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