The CO2 we use in our process is captured at a point source. We create H2 on-site that is fed into our award-winning and patented Carbon Conversion Reactor alongside the CO2 where a proprietary reaction occurs, transforming the H2 and CO2 into paraffins. Paraffins are long-chain hydrocarbons that have a high energy density, one example of a mixture of paraffins is kerosene. Once refined, this becomes sustainable aviation fuel (Jet-A).
How it's made
Liters produced to date: 20,169Liters produced to date: 20,169Liters produced to date: 20,169