Available as B20, B100 or other custom blends, the new fuels reduce SOx, CO2 and fly ash, as well as the efficiency-robbing buildup of slag and soot that forms on boiler tubes at startup.

The company said fuels meet the EPA’s RFS2 mandate for use of renewable fuel, and create carbon tax credits.

Clean Energy Pathways CEO Greg Clemons said emissions from burning the fuel are acceptable under current regulations because it is a renewable energy source.

"Our fuels utilize the highest quality feedstocks and meet all ASTM specifications," Clemons said.

The water-soluble B100 fuel is environmentally friendly and reduces the risk of costly hazardous-material cleanup.