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Here is a little background to bring those who are not into car technology and its future up to speed. Electric vehicles are all the rage now, while the infrastructure to support them is lacking big time, as we have not even established a standard charging plug. I think a wireless (inductance) charging system is the method we should use, built directly into the roadway and parking spaces would be best.
While many have claimed that the internal combustion engine (ICE) has no place in the future, there is a flaw with this perspective; ICE vehicles are ubiquitous in our world. Ultimately, electric vehicles will be the way, but we need a bridge between now and when that will be possible. The answer may be eFuels. Several companies have been developing synthetic fuel, but one company has come up with a unique way to manufacture this eFuel at a cost-effective level.
A little information about eFuel: It is a direct replacement for Gasoline. The finished product requires no parts to install or conversions; you would pump and go, just as you do now, except it’s better for the engine and has 40+ percent fewer emissions. Prometheus Fuels is the only company that has managed to solve the two significant issues with synthetic fuels: the cost and the pollutions created in the production of eFuels.
Prometheus Fuels has a patent for its technology to produce eFuels while maintaining a low carbon footprint and a consumer-friendly price. Prometheus Fuel is not a public company yet, it’s still in the investor stage, but it looks extremely promising.
Other players in the eFuel market, including Porsche, ran an entire race series fueled by eFuels.
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