This prototype car absorbs CO2 from the air as it drives

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By Photo: Bart van Overbeeke Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology have developed an electric car that can capture CO2 from the air as it drives. This could help it achieve carbon neutrality. Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology have developed an electric car that can capture CO2 from the air as it drives. This could help it achieve carbon neutrality. A group of 35 students designed this unique car, called ZEM. For the moment, it can only capture the equivalent of 2 kg of CO2 for every 32,000 kilometers driven. This means that 10 cars could absorb as much carbon diox…

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October 7, 2022