As many readers have been asking this recently, I thought we would provide a short and precise answer. See below;
The process to make eFuels starts with green hydrogen and carbon dioxide. Green hydrogen is made using an electrolyzer powered with renewable energy to turn water into hydrogen and oxygen. Hydrogen is combined with recycled carbon dioxide to produce eMethanol – the feedstock for a range of renewable fuels, including SAF, gasoline and diesel alternatives.
I hope this is clear In a nutshell.