The biodiesel industry is rather fractured, and one company is challenging the loose standards it sees by promoting a new fuel. Blue Sun Biodiesel says more than 60 percent of the biodiesel fuel produced in the U.S. does not meet ASTM standards. The company says its new fuel, called Blue Sun Fusion, goes beyond those standards. According to the company, government incentives have spurred growth in the biodiesel industry but many facilities are strugglng to meet accepted standards or are trying unproven technologies. Blue Sun says its Fusion fuel is produced by fusing premium ingredients. The fuel contains 20 percent biodiesel and meets EPA alternative fuel standards. Blue Sun B20 is already available in Colorado, New Mexico and Idaho.
[Source: Blue Sun]

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