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    If Porsche comes out with this eFuel, combustion may be here to stay.

    https://jalopnik.com/porsche-claims-...ion-1846319665

    Porsche Claims Its Synthetic Fuel Could Make Combustion Engines As Clean As EVs

    When you’re facing a world that seems to be moving away from the internal combustion engines that we’ve always known and loved to electrification, it’s time to maybe reconsider your options. But in addition to making some cool electric cars, Porsche is considering a different option: clean-burning synthetic fuel.

    Note: An earlier version of this story erroneously stated that Porsche was pursuing synthetic fuels instead of EVs. They are pursuing both.

    From the article:

    “Synthetic fuels are very important to allow us to reduce our CO2 output. Emissions are way better than current pump fuel, with less particulates and less NOx produced; synthetic fuels have between eight to ten components whereas petrol today has 30-40 and not all of them are welcome,” Walliser explained.

    “Synthetic fuel is cleaner and there is no bi-product and when we start full production we expect a CO2 reduction of 85 percent. From a ‘well to wheel’ perspective - and you have to consider the well to wheel impact of all vehicles - this will be the same level of CO2 produced in the manufacture and use of an electric vehicle.”
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    The irony in all of this is that it still requires fossil fuels to make any of it lmao

    Goodluck powering cargo ships with a battery
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    I remember in Back to the Future 2 the car ran on garbage.
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    This assumes a couple of things:

    1. ICE aren't "clean".
    2. Co2 output is at an unsafe level.
    3. Synthetic fuels will be able to perform at the same level as gasoline.
    4. Op isn't a phaggot.
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    Sounds like something we will be looking into in the future about a decade from now when all the environmentalists have turned against EV's as the government will no longer be able to hide/ignore the environmental impact of the big battery industry after it goes mainstream.
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    Originally Posted by Gringo12 View Post
    The irony in all of this is that it still requires fossil fuels to make any of it lmao

    Goodluck powering cargo ships with a battery
    I imagine the fossil fuels used to make is way less an impact that the billions of cars on the road. Batter pose another problem in that you have to get rid of them and store them someplace.

    Emmission-less fuel is the way to go
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