eFuel Production

Making zero-emissions transportation and mobility possible through eFuels and hydrogen when electrification isn't an option.

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How are eFuels made?

eFuels are produced in a two-part process based on the extraction of hydrogen.

  • Electrolyzers break down water into pure hydrogen and oxygen
  • Green hydrogen is then combined with carbon dioxide extracted from the air to form a liquid energy carrier. 

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Lower emissions with eFuels

eFuels are produced using green hydrogen - hydrogen made using renewable energy sources - and existing CO2 captured from the air. As a carbon-neutral fuel alternative, eFuels are an affordable and sustainable fuel option for climate neutrality.

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eFuel Applications