Thursday, April 30, 2015

German car maker Audi successfully makes diesel fuel from carbon dioxide and water

In a major breakthrough to solve the fuel shortages, German car maker Audi has found a solution for its cars: Diesel from carbon dioxide, water and renewable energy sources.

The diesel so made on experimental basis is already in use in its Audi A8 - currently under use by the Germany's Minister of Education and Research, Johanna Wanka.

It is being claimed as a big success of sustainable transport. Audi has now set up a pilot plant in Dresden, Germany, operated by clean tech company Sunfire, which will pump out 160 litres of the synthetic diesel every day in the coming months.

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