Stuttgart Airport ground fleet vehicles now fueled by Neste renewable diesel

Stuttgart Airport has started using Neste MY Renewable Diesel as a solution to reduce its CO2 emissions and as part of the climate program of Baden-Württemberg's state airport in Germany.

Photo courtesy of Neste.
Photo courtesy of Neste.

By switching to premium-quality "drop-in" renewable diesel in its diesel-powered ground fleet, the airport is able to significantly reduce its carbon footprint, the company said in a press release. All the ground fleet vehicles which are not electrified, such as the trucks of the airport fire department and winter service equipment, will be using Neste MY Renewable Diesel.

"The state airport is the first transportation company in Baden-Württemberg that extensively fuels its vehicle fleet with renewable diesel. The climate-friendly fuel adds to the targeted support of e-mobility and alternative drives on the ground and in the air. This is another important step for climate and health protection," said Winfried Hermann, Minister of Transport of Baden-Württemberg and Board Chairman of Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH.

Neste MY Renewable Diesel is supplied locally with the brand name C.A.R.E. Diesel by Neste's distribution partner Tool Fuel Service GmbH, a company specialized in the distribution of renewable fuel in Germany.

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