A European Union (EU)-backed project, which aims to produce jet fuel from concentrated sunlight, water and CO2, has synthesized its first “solar kerosene” under real field conditions, validating its technology and paving the way for higher-scale production. SUN-to-LIQUID is a four-year project, funded by the EU and Switzerland that started in January 2016 and will end in December 2019. The project brings together several research and thermochemical-fuel specialists, namely ...

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