Synhelion Teams With Ineratec On Sunlight-To-Liquid SAF

Synhelion uses concentrated sunlight to convert water and CO2 into liquid fuels.
Credit: Synhelion
With Swiss International Airlines as its first customer, solar kerosene startup Synhelion has selected Germany’s Ineratec to provide the Fischer-Tropsch technology required to produce carbon-neutral aviation fuel using concentrated sunlight. A spinoff from Swiss research university ETH Zurich...
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