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To produce e-Fuels 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 e-Methanol, an e-Fuel that could be used as the final product (shipping fuel), or convert into other e-Fuels, like e-Gasoline (cars) or jet fuel (planes).

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

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