Zero emission car being planned at Georgia Tech

The researchers at Georgia Tech have come up with an amazing idea: capturing carbon emissions and keeping them from being released into the atmosphere in the first place, and instead of starting with huge manufacturing plants to try out their idea, they’re starting at a small scale, with something that aren’t as big as factories, but when combined, they put the environment at risk: cars!

The Georgia Tech team’s goal is to create a sustainable transportation system that uses a liquid fuel and traps the carbon emission in the vehicle for later processing at a fueling station. The carbon would then be shuttled back to a processing plant where it could be transformed into liquid fuel. Currently, Georgia Tech researchers are developing a fuel processing device to separate the carbon and store it in the vehicle in liquid form.

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