Sasol, UCT to utilise iron catalysts to convert hydrogen into green jet fuel

New research into the use of commercial iron catalysts have found it could enable the conversion of unavoidable or biogenically derived carbon dioxide and green hydrogen into green jet fuel.

In doing so, hydrogen could be directly utilised in the affordable production of green jet fuel that could help decarbonise the aviation industry.

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