The popularity and availability of clean diesel continues to grow. Find diesel fuel at your local gas station using these resources.
There has been a lot of speculation about the role of unproven energy technologies and the transformation to energy sources like electric and natural gas vehicles in the emerging green economy. DTF's report, "Diesel: Fueling the Future of a Green Economy" clearly highlights that clean diesel will play a vital role in the green economy both today and in the future generations of energy and transportation.
With more currently available diesel vehicle options for their cars, pickups and SUVs, diesel auto sales are expected to significantly increase. The report predicts sales of clean diesel automobiles in the U.S. to increase from just two percent in 2009 to about seven percent of the market by 2020 or just over one million diesel-powered cars and trucks on the road. Other analysts project diesel sales could reach 10 percent by 2020.
View the current average cost for diesel vs. gasoline and read the U.S. Energy Information Administration's official "What Are the Components of the Retail Price of Diesel Fuel?"
Official fuel economy information is available at www.fueleconomy.gov.
In addition, the following links allow you to search for stations nationwide that provide diesel fuel from major suppliers.
Please note that the searches are done within a radius of your given zip code and address.
BiodieselNow (iTunes and Android)
U.S. Dept. of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center (B20 and Above)
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is widely available in bulk dispensers and in jugs in truck stops and other retail locations across the country. The links below will help you find a DEF dispensing location.
As every retailer updates their own websites, the Forum does not guarantee the availability of diesel fuel at any of the locations listed. The Forum will continue to seek additional reliable information and post it when available.