Seawater is now the raw material for power through a process that extracts carbon dioxide and hydrogen gas from it and turns them into liquid fuel that can power ships and planes, according to this article. For the U.S. Navy, it's a transformative technology, allowing fuel production at sea and reducing reliance on tankers for refueling. The next steps are improving the efficiency of gas extraction and achieving production on an industrial scale.

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