Can synthetic fuels save the combustion engine?

  • Science
  • Wednesday, 20 Oct 2021

Synthetic fuels, also known as efuels, have the potential to be just as climate neutral as electric cars, but have the added benefit that they don't require any new infrastructure to work. — dpa

Although the automotive world is currently obsessed with battery-driven cars, electrification is only one of several technical solutions to reducing the carbon footprint of vehicles on our roads.

Synthetic fuels, which are also known as efuels, have the potential to be just as climate neutral.

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