This process provides a way to fuel airplanes and other vehicles while not adding any more carbon to the atmosphere.

This fuel was made out of carbon dioxide from the air, plus hydrogen. Its backers hope it will help in the fight against climate change. Photograph courtesy Carbon Engineering By Stephen Leahy PUBLISHED June 7, 2018 Imagine driving up to your local gas station and being able to choose between regular, premium, or carbon-free gasoline. Carbon Engineering , a Canadian company, is already making a liquid fuel by sucking carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere and combining it with hydrogen from water. This is an engineering breakthrough on two fronts: A potentially cost-effective way to take CO2 out […]


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