Researchers receive EU funding to develop aviation fuel from CO2, H2

A research project involving the University of Southern Denmark receives around EUR 5m in funding from the EU's Horizon 2020 program to develop jet fuel using carbon dioxide and hydrogen.

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Under the slightly laconic project title "Take-Off", a group of European researchers has secured EUR 5m in funding from the EU's research and innovation program Horizon 2020 for production of a new fuel using substances such as carbon dioxide and hydrogen, writes the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in a press release.

According to SDU, the project stands out by having as a goal that planes won't need to replace their engines to use the new fuel.

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