Pacific Biodiesel opens biodiesel-fueling station at Hawaii Island’s Honokohau Harbor
Pacific Biodiesel recently opened its second off-grid biodiesel-fueling station in Hawaii at the Honokohau Harbor in Kailua-Kona on the west side of Hawaii Island.
The station, which serves on-road and off-road customers including boats at the harbor, provides 24/7 access to the company’s biodiesel that’s produced on Hawaii Island.
“Biodiesel advocates in West Hawaii have waited a long time to purchase our locally produced renewable fuel,” said Chris Long, the retail-fueling manager for Pacific Biodiesel. “We’re working to make Pacific Biodiesel’s renewable fuel for all diesel engines more accessible across the state.”
The company’s first off-grid biodiesel station opened at Maui’s Maʻalaea Harbor earlier this summer.
Another station is planned to open later this fall on Hawaii Island, which will be located in Pahoa at The Hub, at the intersection of highways 130 and 132.
To purchase fuel from these biodiesel stations, customers must first download a free app (for Apple or android) on their smart phone or mobile device that allows paperless fuel purchases, access to company news and informational videos, and participation in loyalty programs.
For a listing of where to purchase biodiesel throughout Hawaii, visit www.biodiesel.com.
To open a commercial account or for any questions about the off-grid fueling stations, contact Long at 808-283-1855.