Hydrogen, autogas and natural gas fuel stations all over Europe

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We are not limited to the sale of conventional diesel or petrol fuels. We offer other, more environmentally compatible fuels such as hydrogen, autogas and natural gas as well as charging facilities for e-vehicles. AdBlue for the reduction of nitrogen oxides (NOx) is also becoming more important and can, of course, be purchased using the DKV CARD.

Advantages of LNG and CNG

  • Natural gas is more cost-effective than diesel (tax benefits)
  • Refuelling takes no longer than with petrol or diesel
  • Engine noise is reduced
  • Emissions of sulfur dioxide, soot, and other particulates are almost completely avoided
  • Natural gas causes up to 23 percent less CO₂

Advantages of Autogas (LPG):

  • Autogas is much cheaper than conventional diesel or petrol
  • When it combusts, it creates much less pollution than conventional
  • Fuels, which results in lower exhaust emissions

Possible uses of HVO

HVO can be used in many different ways: it can be added (e.g. HVO20 or HVO30) to diesel fuels or used on its own as a fuel (HVO100).

As a drop-in solution capable of being used directly in vehicles, HVO is an ideal option for existing vehicle fleets. HVO fulfils the provisions of DIN 590 for diesel fuels (apart from density). Most vehicles require no adjustments to the engine or the fuel distribution system.

HVO100: a more environmentally friendly fuel for modern engines

HVO100 and other purely paraffinic fuels are subject to the provisions of DIN EN 15940 and can generally be used without problems in newer diesel engines.

Many manufacturers of heavy commercial vehicles or diesel trucks have approved HVO100 for use in their engines.

For further information, please contact the relevant vehicle manufacturer.

Comparison with conventional diesel

The consumption per km figures for HVO and fossil diesel are practically identical.

Even though HVO is generally more expensive than conventional diesel, it can offer a financial advantage if you have to demonstrate a more sustainable transport policy to your customers.

Advantages of hydrogenated vegetable oils (HVO)

  • Reductions in greenhouse gas emissions of up to 90 % over the whole product lifecycle (well-to-wheel) as well as reduced noise, nitrogen oxides, fine dust particles, carbon dioxide and hydrocarbon emissions
  • Winterised and cold-resistant down to -22 °C
  • Combustion produces much lower soot emissions
  • Resistant to microbial growth and attack by microorganisms (the "diesel bug")
  • Hardly susceptible to ageing compared to fossil diesel
  • Extremely compatible with existing systems and therefore no upgrading or conversion of vehicles is required


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