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Uses of Biodiesel
Biodiesel can be used in heating applications such as home heating or industrial applications, transportation applications if the vehicle has a diesel engine, and on the farm in machines like tractors. Today it is also very easy to purchase biodiesel blends in Connecticut. The information on this part of the site addresses the consumer experience of using biodiesel and what applications biodiesel can be used in.
Biodiesel for Transport
Biodiesel has become a valued commodity in powering auto vehicles. There are various economical and environmental advantages to utilizing this unique fuel. Detailed below are various strategic avenues that the implementation of biodiesel has been involved in. These avenues include private consumption in passenger cars, school buses, and various vehicle fleets, which are promoted by government incentives.
Biodiesel for Heat
Consumers today, more than at any other time, have greater opportunity in Connecticut to purchase biodiesel than ever before. It is now possible to purchase biodiesel for use as transportation fuel or heating fuel. Prices for biodiesel vary by both location and manufacturer. In Connecticut biodiesel is now cheaper than regular diesel in some areas and more expensive than regular diesel in others.
Biodiesel used for heating buildings is now commonly referred to as “bioheat.” Below is a web site where it is possible to locate Bioheat dealers in Connecticut where bioheat can be purchased for your home or business.