Renewable diesel: What could it mean for Canadian agriculture?

Unlike biodiesel, renewable diesel is chemically the same as petroleum-derived diesel. That means, renewable diesel is a one-to-one swap out for diesel and is a low-carbon fuel option. That matters, especially as the Canadian government pushes for continued lowering of emissions and is providing incentives for biofuel, including renewable diesel. To explore how renewable diesel could translate into increased demand and prices for some Canadian crops, we kick off the first member-exclusive RealAg webinar with Bob Day, of Ceres Global Ag.

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