There are more than one billion petrol cars in the world. Even if it was possible to swap them all for fossil-free alternatives, it would mean throwing away a lot of resources. What if we could convert those cars to run on methanol instead?
Methanol can be produced as a bi-product from the forest industry or by grabbing CO2 from the atmosphere and extracting hydrogen from water using electricity. In both cases, the CO2 could be reused over and over again. If realised, this technology could be an interesting ingredient in the transformation mix.
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