Rolls-Royce aero-engines to test synthetic fuel made from Co2 and hydrogen

Synthetic fuel company Zero has struck a deal with Rolls-Royce which will see its fossil-free fuels tested in its engines.
Zero Petroleum, which has its UK head office in Michelin House, London, has developed a way of making fossil-free synthetic, non-biological fuels – petrol, diesel and jet fuel – using carbon dioxide from the air and hydrogen from water.
The process requires a large amount of energy, so uses renewable electricity, and Zero says the beauty of the finished product is that liquid fuel is far easier to use and more efficient than, say, battery power. It can also be used as a …