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To produce carbon-neutral eFuels we need to combine two elements: green hydrogen (H2) and recycled carbon dioxide (CO2).

With renewable power, such as wind or solar, we do an electrolysis process that allows us to separate the molecule of water (H2O) obtaining oxygen and hydrogen.

We then combine the hydrogen with the CO2 through a process called synthesis, obtaining eMethanol, an eFuel that could be used as the final product (shipping fuel), or convert into other eFuels, like eGasoline (cars) or jet fuel (planes).

eFuels are chemically equivalent to conventional fossil fuels, therefore are compatible with existing engines and infrastructure, and can be used TODAY.

Step 1: CO2 Capture
Step 2: Green Hydrogen Production
Step 3: eFuel Production
Step 4: Further Processing
Step 5: End Use By Existing Infrastructure

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