Solar fuels: How close, how real?

Could a liquid fuel technology emerge that connects solar PV to the efficiency of electric engines — but, this time with long driving range and near-instant refueling instead of laborious recharging?

And, could the liquid fuel be made from the very waste CO2 that bedevils our environment? Those ideas just took a…

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Jim Lane


Biofuels Digest, 2014-07-16.


Brookhaven National Laboratory
Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital
Joule Unlimited, Inc.
Journal of CO2 Utilization
Liquid Light
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Osage University
UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science
Umeå University
University of California
VantagePoint Capital Partners


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