Comments on: E-fuels may be an option for aviation but not road transport, study finds EU news and policy debates across languages Thu, 21 Feb 2019 10:28:51 +0000 hourly 1 By: Thorkil Sat, 02 Dec 2017 13:53:53 +0000 Of course we should try to reduce the global pollution.
You read:
“The idea is that by using renewable electricity in the process, the end result can be much cleaner than fossil fuel.”
OK – It is a beautiful idea.
Of course everything is possible if you pay the costs and renewable will not come for free.
In this way, I dare to say that looking carefully you may discover that the whole thing is nothing, but an excuse for expanding the unreliable, so-called renewable.

But let us harvest the low level fruits first.
At the same costs as we may pay for say 50 % E-fuel, we could build a lot of nuclear giving reliable energy and make a real reduction in the global pollution.

By: Peter Hurrell Fri, 01 Dec 2017 10:18:42 +0000 WE read with interest this series of statements.

Maybe you might be interested in the proposals we are reviewing to make a multiple Hydrogen-Atom-Molecule which can exist in the natural as a liquid at ordinary temperatures – ranging between +200 degrees Kelvin and +380 degrees Kelvin and at standard atmospheric pressures – which would solve the issues here of an “Energy Intensive” fuel generated from water using renewable electricity.