New Holland, manufacturer of large-scale agricultural and construction equipment, is the first American original equipment manufacturer to "announce full support of the use of 20 percent biodiesel (B20) in all the diesel engines that it produces", according to a release on Renewable Energy Access.
With a lot of local governments mandating all fuel sold in the localities contain a minimum of 2 or 5 percent biofuel starting now or in the next few years, New Holland is positioning itself quite well to be able to provide machinery that works smoothly with these fuels. The National Biodiesel Board worked with New Holland to make the entire line of diesel engines B20 compatible, and has been working for many years with other engine manufacturers to achieve the same goal with them.

[Source: Renewable Energy Access]

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