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UK-based Cella Energy has developed a synthetic fuel that could lead to US$1.50 per gallon gasoline. Apart from promising a future transportation fuel with a stable price regardless of oil prices, the fuel is hydrogen based and produces no carbon emissions when burned. The technology is based on complex hydrides, and has been developed over a four year top secret program at the prestigious Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford. Early indications are that the fuel can be used in existing internal combustion engined vehicles without engine modification.
Originally posted by backinblack
reply to post by bozzchem
The article doesn't add much..
I also thought hydrogen cost more than petrol..
The "no carbon at point of use" also sounds odd..
Does that maybe mean carbon is produced in the manufacturing stage??
If so, that needs to be taken into account..
Other than that, it sounds good but who knows.??
Originally posted by Cib2010
Yea get ready for the sequel to "who killed the electric car" entitled "who killed synthetic fuel"