Swiss Look For Path To Synthetic Jet Fuel

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Swiss institutes will research production of synthetic kerosene from CO2 and renewable hydrogen.
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A Swiss research project has been launched with the goal of developing a synthetic kerosene produced from carbon dioxide (CO2) and renewable hydrogen that can directly replace fossil jet fuel without requiring changes to aircraft and engines. The three-year SynFuels program brings together the Paul...

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