Engineering a sustainable future: CO2 to fuel for greener energy.

Engineers can efficiently make fuel from carbon dioxide through processes like carbon capture and utilization (CCU) or direct air capture (DAC). These methods involve capturing CO2 emissions from industrial processes or directly from the atmosphere. The captured CO2 is then converted into fuels using chemical or biological processes, such as electrochemical reduction or microbial fermentation. By transforming CO2 into valuable fuels, engineers contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting sustainable energy practices.

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