Renewable Energy Group, Inc. announced the company has entered into an agreement with Hunt & Sons, Inc. to supply REG Ultra Clean® at 12 locations in Northern California.
REG Ultra Clean is a premium renewable fuel and one of the lowest carbon intensity liquid transportation fuels on the market today which enables businesses to achieve sustainability targets with the performance they expect.
“This agreement positions REG and Hunt & Sons to deliver a cleaner-burning, sustainable fuel that immediately reduces emissions within their existing fueling systems and infrastructure,” said REG vice president, sales and marketing, Gary Haer. “We are proud to work with Hunt & Sons to provide solutions that answer the call of California’s forward-thinking carbon reduction strategies.”
Hunt & Sons is a leading California-based petroleum products distributor and operates from its headquarters in Sacramento, California. This relationship will be the first-of-its kind for the business.
“Hunt & Sons is excited to expand our relationship with REG by providing our customers throughout Northern California with a cleaner burning renewable fuel,” said Hunt & Sons CEO Josh Hunt. “We always strive to provide the best customer service and most innovative products to our customers and REG Ultra Clean will help us fulfill those goals while benefiting the environment.”
REG Ultra Clean will be offered at 12 locations and is currently available at two Hunt & Sons locations: Rancho Cordova and Sacramento.
REG Ultra Clean reduces emissions significantly compared to petroleum diesel. On an annual basis, the fuel consumed through this agreement will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by approximately 250,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide, equivalent to more than 6 million miles driven by an average passenger vehicle.
“Consumers are demanding cleaner, innovative solutions and we are committed to producing clean fuels sustainably,” said Haer. “REG Ultra Clean provides a simple, cost effective immediate carbon reduction solution for diesel consumers today.”