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Fueling Renewed Trust in Public Fleets

Working for a municipal fleet means running on the public’s trust—communities that demand not only cost-conscious decision-making, but more sustainable performance as well.

With Neste MY Renewable Diesel™, you can transform your fleet overnight by providing cleaner air that contributes to the long-term good of the community. in the eyes of the public good. Neste MY is a TOP TIER™ certified diesel fuel that reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by up to 75% compared to fossil diesel*, without sacrificing performance. And because you can drop in Neste MY with zero modifications to your fleet, making your city a better place is now as simple as filling up your tank.

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Staying up to date on trends in transportation is vital to keeping the competitive edge that will help you win and retain new business. Implement cost-effective optimizations to help future-proof your fleet. Download our guide to get concrete solutions to today’s challenges in fleet management.

Get the guide: Run More Efficiently and Sustainably

Staying up to date on trends in fueling is vital to keeping the competitive edge that will help you win and retain new business. Implement cost-effective optimizations to help future-proof your fleet. Download our guide to get concrete solutions to today’s challenges in fleet management.

Get the ebook: A Guide to Improving Public Fleet Performance and Sustainability at Once

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*Lifecycle greenhouse gas emission reductions compared to fossil diesel and based on current feedstock pathways. Calculation method complies with the LCFS CA-GREET 2.0
**Carbon emissions from the use of renewable diesel are zero, as the amount of biobased carbon dioxide released during combustion is equal to the amount previously absorbed by the renewable raw material.