The Synfuel project combines several technologies to make green fuel for the transport sector. Among other things, they make use of biomass and wind energy.
British researchers have developed a new system that converts sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into a carbon-neutral fuel - without the need for additional components or electricity.
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We4Sea helps ship charterers and ship owners to reduce the fuel consumption and emissions of their ships. And they do this without needing to install […]
Diesel engines are the most efficient combustion engines and are difficult to replace in the transport sector at short notice, says Martin Mittelbach, an expert […]
This is how successful sector collaborations works: research partners from the Kopernikus-Projektes P2X recently produced the first liters of fuel from carbon dioxide from air, […]