@Christope Ramage ARTTIC-2019

Under the leadership of Prof. Aldo Steinfeld from ETH Zurich, the European joint project SUN-to-LIQUID has now for the first time succeeded in producing solar kerosene. In short, solar fuel has been produced from water and CO2 using concentrated sunlight. This groundbreaking invention is an essential step towards future mobility, as it brings us a huge leap closer to our goal of using sustainable energy instead of using up fossil fuels. Especially as this reduces CO2 emissions by more than 90 percent in comparison to fossil fuels.

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Author profile picture Almut Otto is a writer and has over 30 years of know-how in the communications industry. She learned the trade of journalism from scratch in a daily newspaper and in a special interest magazine. After studying communication sciences in Munich, she worked as an international PR manager in the textile, shoe, outdoor and IT industries for a long time. For some years now, she has been concentrating more on her journalistic background. As a passionate outdoor and water sports enthusiast - her hobbies include windsurfing, kitesurfing, SUP boarding, sailing and snowboarding - she is particularly interested in keeping the oceans clean and shaping a sustainable future. In addition, she is always fascinated by the latest developments from the world's hardware and software laboratories.