Repsol launched a 100% renewable diesel supply at three service stations in Madrid, Barcelona, and Lisbon (Portugal). With this initiative, the company becomes the first to sell 100% renewable fuel in the Iberian Peninsula.
The oil company maintains a strong commitment to renewable fuels, which is one of the main levers of Repsol’s strategy to accelerate the decarbonization of transport and achieve its goal of becoming a zero-emission company by 2050.
The main advantage of their use is that they can be used in current vehicles without the need to make modifications to the engines or the existing distribution and refueling infrastructure.
The first Repsol service stations offering this zero-emission fuel are located in the markets of Mercamadrid (Madrid), Esparraguera (Barcelona), and Alcochete (Lisbon region). The three already supply renewable diesel, produced from organic waste, to professional customers with agreements with Repsol and it will soon be available to all customers.
The company has an ambitious expansion plan to cover the main cities and transport corridors of the Iberian Peninsula. It will have 50 service stations that will sell 100% renewable fuel by the end of this year.
Repsol, in its multi-energy strategy, makes a new 100% renewable product available to its customers, which adds to its range of electric mobility, shared mobility (Wible), AutoGas, CNG/LNG, and Neotech gas.
Repsol’s Customer General Manager, Valero Marín, emphasized: “This launch shows, once again, our commitment to the decarbonization of transport, in which we want our customers to participate. At Repsol, we continue to take determined steps to drive commitment to renewable fuels in the Iberian Peninsula”.
Since July 2022, Repsol has supplied 100% renewable diesel to professional customers in the freight transport sector, as well as collective passenger transport companies and professional car companies.