Start-up claims carbon nano-tube membrane breakthrough will enable fuels with CO2 removed from the air to be developed

Nicholas Fearn
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Start-up claims carbon nano-tube membrane breakthrough will enable fuels with CO2 removed from the air to be developed

Carbon nanotube breakthrough could enable petrol, diesel and jet fuel to be made from CO2 removed from the air, claims start-up

A US start-up claims to have found a way to scale the number of carbon nanotube (CNT) membranes to generate carbon-zero fuels, rather than relying on fossil fuels. According to New York-based firm Mattershift,...

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