Energy and climate impacts of producing synthetic hydrocarbon fuels from CO(2).

Abstract

Within the context of carbon dioxide (CO2) utilization there is an increasing interest in using CO2 as a resource to produce sustainable liquid hydrocarbon fuels. When these fuels are produced by solely using solar energy they are labeled as solar fuels. In the recent discourse on solar fuels intuitive arguments are used to support the prospects of these… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/es500191g

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@article{Giesen2014EnergyAC, title={Energy and climate impacts of producing synthetic hydrocarbon fuels from CO(2).}, author={Coen van der Giesen and Ren{\'e} Kleijn and Gert Jan Kramer}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={2014}, volume={48 12}, pages={7111-21} }