Neste’s renewable diesel helps US cities and companies reach climate goals

Neste’s renewable diesel helps US cities and companies reach climate goals

Waste-based NEXBTL in demand in California

Neste helps US cities and companies to reach climate goals

  • Propel Fuels launched California's most advanced low-carbon diesel fuel, Diesel HPR, at its retail stations. HPR contains 98.5% of NEXBTL.
  • The City of Oakland, California began filling up its vehicles with NEXBTL in order to reduce the emissions of their municipal fleet. Oakland is the first major US city to convert their entire fleet to renewable diesel. 
  • Neste’s NEXBTL helps to facilitate UPS's shift to alternative fuels. First NEXBTL will be used by UPS's fleet operating in the USA starting mid-2015 and the mutual intention is to expand the cooperation globally. 
  • Google is moving forward with Neste's innovative NEXBTL renewable diesel which is being used on selected Google's shuttle buses (gBuses) in Silicon Valley, California.

"A good example of innovation for our future is Neste's NEXBTL renewable diesel fuel that Google has decided to use on selected gBus fleets," says Jesper Stormholt, Regional Manager, Google for Work, Nordic.

Largest producer of renewable fuels from waste and residues in the world

In 2014, Neste produced nearly 1.3 million tons of renewable fuel from waste and residues. 1.3 million tons of renewable fuel is enough to power for two years all the 650 000 diesel-powered passenger cars in Finland.

Neste is a pioneer in oil refining and renewable solutions. We provide our customers with premium-quality products for cleaner traffic and industrial products based on world-class research. Our sustainable operations have received recognition in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and the Global 100 list of the world's most sustainable companies, among others. Our net sales for 2014 amounted to approximately EUR 15 billion, and our shares are listed on NASDAQ Helsinki. Cleaner traffic, energy and life are moved forward by about 5,000 professionals. More information:



Resellers and retail chains, chemical, aviation, marine, municipalities

Key markets

Finland, Baltic countries, Europe, North America

Key figures

Turnover: EUR 15 billion (2014)
Growth: Comparable operating profit (EBIT) EUR 583 million (2014)
Employees: 5000