Products from Guttman Renewables

Rethink. Reuse. Reduce.

Guttman’s innovative, sustainable solutions and energy efficient products are changing the way we think about fuel.

Whether you’re filling up while on the road, or in charge of bulk fuel purchasing, Guttman’s sustainable solutions will help your business reduce environmental impact, while keeping your tanks full. Because Guttman Renewables’ solutions and products are better for both the environment and your engines, you’ll never sacrifice efficiency or value, while working to achieve your company’s ESG goals.
Smart solutions that give our customers the best of both worlds that’s fueling intelligence. Guttman Renewables is one of the businesses within Guttman Holdings.

More information about Guttman Holdings

Fuel industry leader, Guttman Holdings, which comprises Guttman Energy, Guttman Renewables, and Source One Transportation, is an employee-owned and led Company that offers customers innovative and sophisticated fuel solutions and the safest, most efficient, distribution, delivery, and service possible.

As one energized and engaged team, our vision is to: build a stronger future for all our stakeholders, by taking personal ownership of our businesses and our Company’s growth and ensuring our collective long-term success.

Why does 98% of gasoline in the US contain ethanol? It burns cleaner, is better for your engine, and is required by law in most types of fuel. Keep your tanks full and your vehicles prepared, with Guttman’s ethanol products.

  • Biofuels like plant-based ethanol are a low-carbon, clean fuel that play a vital role in reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. Growing the share of renewable biofuels in America’s fuel supply is critical to achieving healthier air and carbon neutrality.
  • Ethanol helps reduce our dependence on foreign oil and expanding access to higher blends like E15 will provide consumers with a lower cost, lower carbon fuel option.
  • American ethanol protects U.S. energy security and can protect consumers from global oil market volatility.
  • Ethanol displaces the gasoline produced from more than 700 million barrels of oil every year.
  • Low-carbon biofuels like ethanol reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 46 percent compared to gasoline.
  • Moving to a nationwide standard of E15 would reduce CO2 emissions by more than 17.62 million tons — the equivalent of taking 3.85 million cars off the road each year.
  • Ethanol is the best available source of octane. It is the cleanest, most affordable high-octane fuel on the market. It provides a superior octane boost without the carcinogens associated with other fuel additives.

Information Source: Growth Energy

Renewable Energy Products

Guttman’s biodiesel products are a great alternative to petroleum diesel providing better safety and operability for your engine. Eliminating over 35 million metric tons of greenhouse gases a year, it’s no wonder it’s the only alternative fuel to fully meet testing requirements of the Clean Air Act. So powerful and efficient, you won’t believe it’s biodiesel.

  • Biodiesel is the name given to a clean-burning alternative to diesel fuel. It is produced from a broad range of renewable resources, including soybean oil, animal fats and recycled cooking grease. Biodiesel is the first and only EPA-designated advanced biofuel in commercial-scale production across the country and can be used in existing diesel engines without modification. Biodiesel can be used alone or blended with petroleum diesel in any proportion.
  • Using biodiesel and renewable diesel instead of petroleum-based fuels reduces greenhouse gas emissions by more than 70% on average.
  • The use of biodiesel over petroleum-based fuels reduces hydrocarbon emissions by 67%.

Information Source: Clean Fuels Alliance America

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Frequently Asked BIODIESEL Questions

Frequently Asked ETHANOL Questions

What is Ethanol?
Fuel ethanol is a hydrous, denatured alcohol that meets the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard specification D4806 for ethanol use as a fuel in spark-ignition engines. Most of the fuel ethanol produced around the world is made by fermenting the sugar in the starches of grains such as corn, sorghum, and barley, and the sugar in sugar cane and sugar beets. Denaturants are added to ethanol to make fuel ethanol undrinkable. In the United States, nearly all fuel ethanol is produced from corn kernel starch, which is considered a conventional biofuel under the U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard Program (RFS). The most common blends are E10 (10% ethanol and 90% gasoline) and E85 (85% ethanol and 15% gasoline).

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