Scientists aim to produce synthetic gasoline from sunlight and water

08/22/2013 | Bloomberg

Researchers at the California Institute of Technology's Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis and their colleagues are working on a process to produce synthetic gasoline from water and sunlight. The process starts with making hydrogen fuel using solar energy then blending that with carbon dioxide to make synthetic gasoline. The endeavor is supported by a $122 million grant from the Department of Energy.

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