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Could this fuel help cars and planes become part of the carbon solution?

Bloomberg’s “Planet Forward” host Frank Sesno examines how Air Fuel Synthesis, a British company, has synthesized gas using carbon in the air and hydrogen in water to fuel cars. AFS...

Bloomberg’s “Planet Forward” host Frank Sesno examines how Air Fuel Synthesis, a British company, has synthesized gas using carbon in the air and hydrogen in water to fuel cars.

AFS says it is developing relationships with renewable technology partners and financiers to scale up its operations and accelerate the pace at which commercial, renewable and sustainable plants are established. The company says this will deliver commercially viable, carbon-neutral and sustainable fuel using renewable energy sources, rather than fossil fuels sooner – with early benefits in energy security, carbon footprint and first-mover advantages for early adopters of the technology.


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