Posted May 1, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
In Dresden, Germany, Audi has for the first time managed to produce carbon-neutral fuel. They have produced a small quantity of 160 liters of synthetic diesel fuel that produces a “clean diesel quattro”. They announced, “If we succeed, CO2 broad use as a raw material, we make a significant contribution to climate protection and resource efficiency and pave the way towards a green economy.” Some are calling this breakthrough liquid gold. It appears that when it rains, indeed it rains oil.