Liquid fuel from CO2 (and renewable electricity)

Audi’s E-gas production facility will produce a liquid fuel from electricity and CO2 (by way of electrolysis and methantion).


Audi has opened the doors to its new power-to-gas facility, which will make what the automaker calls E-gas, in Werlte, Germany. The plant produces hydrogen and synthetic methane and these clean fuels come from renewable energy, water and carbon dioxide. Audi says it’s the first automaker to “develop a chain of sustainable energy carriers.”

To read the full story of how Audi is pursuing a net-zero fuel strategy, CLICK HERE.

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