Maersk and its partners Renfe and Cepsa will carry out a first test in Spain with second-generation biofuels in the railway sector making the corridor between Algeciras and Madrid a decarbonised route.
The partners will use renewable diesel fuel on the non-electrified section between Algeciras and Cordoba.
The project will begin in early July and will last for three months.
The Spanish company Cepsa will supply 160 tonnes of second-generation biofuel, produced at its La Rábida Energy Park (Huelva) from used cooking oils, to cover a total of five weekly roundtrips.
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