Yes, already today, there are practicable solutions available for this. For example, switching to climate-friendly paraffinic fuels made from residual and waste materials could be a way to reduce fuel-related CO2 emissions by up to 90 %.
To achieve this, certain preconditions must be taken into account. There are various paraffinic fuels and fuel blends that combine the important properties of climate protection and long-term storage stability. Depending on the type and size of the plant and the objectives, one or different fuels could be considered to achieve an optimum result. It is also important to check whether the engine manufacturers have approved the use of paraffinic fuels for the grid replacement system(s), in question. If no approval is available, there are solutions for this as well.
With comprehensive fuel and plant know-how, Tec4Fuels can assist in identifying the optimum fuel for the application in question, ensuring compatibility of fuel and plant, and setting up customized supply logistics.