Floating solar panels could create electricity that can be used to produce hydrogen and extract carbon dioxide from seawater for use as liquid fuel
As reported by Debate Report: “A new paper, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal, proposes a new method of reducing gas emissions. The team of researchers who conducted the study claim that carbon dioxide could be converted to methanol fuel with the help of special mechanisms that can float in the oceans, similar to large-scale floating fish farms…”
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