Albert Heijn wants to switch all transport to biofuels by 2024

June 2, 2022 |

In the Netherlands, Albert Heijn, together with its partners, is accelerating the sustainability of transport to stores and customers. From the end of 2022, both the home delivery of groceries and the supplies to the shops in the center of The Hague will be 100% electric. Rotterdam, Utrecht and Amsterdam follow. For customers and local residents this means: quieter and cleaner transport in their environment with the same ease. In addition, Albert Heijn wants to switch completely to biofuels for all transport by 2024.  

Until completely emission-free delivery and supply throughout the Netherlands is possible, Albert Heijn will reduce CO2 by switching completely to biofuels and renewable diesel by 2024.  

Albert Heijn is already using as many biofuels as possible to make current transport as clean as possible. Since 2021, Albert Heijn has had 240 trucks that run on the more environmentally friendly fuel LNG. The goal is to extend this to 270 by the end of 2022.  

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