We are the UK's leading supplier of road fuel and are growing internationally.
We source fuel products globally and have fuel businesses in the UK, Canada, Brazil and the Middle East.
We are investing in infrastructure in order to reduce product costs, improve resilience and create capacity for further growth.
We have a strong cultural identity at Greenergy. We are open, honest and each of our opinions really counts.
We have used our infrastructure and supply chain know-how to create cost and operating efficiencies and to provide low-cost, reliable fuel supply to customers.
We started out as a bedroom start-up in 1992 and this year celebrate our 25th year in business.
With more than 25 supply locations, we are the UK's only national fuel supplier.
We have combined fuel supply with the freedom to choose between different brands and support service options
We have our own in-house logistics operation in Greenergy Flexigrid, delivering fuel for Greenergy and for third parties.
We publish three KPIs that underpin our mission to the fuel supplier with the lowest costs, highest reliability and best systems and control
A structured approach to quality assurance
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We supply gasoline, diesel and biofuel in the Ontario and Quebec regions of Canada.
Our supply infrastructure gives us multiple supply options, so we are not reliant on any single producer or pipeline.
To assess our efficiency and the quality of service we provide customers, we measure our performance in key operational areas.
We are working to minimise environmental risk in our business and reduce the environmental impact of our activities.
The biofuels blended into Greenergy's petrol and diesel accounts for about a quarter of all the biofuel used in the UK. This is a responsibility we take seriously.
We seek to maximise the carbon savings from the biofuel we supply, while minimising the emissions associated with our activities.
We work to ensure that we only supply biofuels that use the world's resources appropriately. That means:
Maximising the carbon savings from the biofuels
We aim to achieve at least 70% carbon saving from our biofuels. At double the level required under the EU Renewable Energy Directive, this is a highly ambitious target.
We devote time and resources into sourcing the lowest carbon biofuels possible.
Choosing biofuels made from wastes
To minimise the land use change impacts and improve the emissions savings of our biofuel, we use biofuels from wastes wherever possible
We have made significant investments in our biodiesel manufacturing infrastructure in order to be able to use waste based biodiesel and source the most sustainable feedstocks.
We are carrying our pioneering work with waste oil suppliers globally to demonstrate traceability back to the restaurant.
Preventing land use change and protecting biodiversity
We obtain verifiable evidence on the origin and sustainability impact of every litre of biofuel we blend into our fuel, to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the EU Renewable Energy Directive. These prohibit use of crops grown on newly deforested land.
To meet our biofuel supply obligations, we blend biofuel into our petrol and diesel up the maximum permitted by fuel quality standards (maximum 7% in diesel and 5% in petrol). Information about the biofuel we've blended in the UK is provided on a year-to-date basis.
14 April 2017 - 14 July 2017 (year to date)
About our biodiesel
We have made significant investments in our biodiesel manufacturing infrastructure in order to be able to increase our production of biodiesel from wastes, with ongoing technical enhancements to our manufacturing facilities at Immingham and Teesside giving us the ability to process a broader range of waste oils and fats.
As a result, almost all of the biodiesel used in Greenergy's diesel has been derived from waste products including:
Used cooking oil
Tallow, which is a by-product of the meat processing industry.
About our bioethanol
Although not ourselves an ethanol producer, we continue to work with innovative third-party producers to increase the proportion of waste-derived ethanol in the petrol we supply.
In this financial year to date, 40% of the biofuel we blended into our petrol was derived from waste materials including:
The starches and sugars contained in food waste
The tops and tails of sugar beats, which are unsuitable for processing
The starches and sugars left in waste water from sugar production
Municipal organic waste