Porsche, the renowned luxury automaker, has taken a significant step in its commitment to environmental sustainability by entering into a partnership with H2 Green Steel (H2GS) to source carbon dioxide-reduced steel for its sportscars.
Porsche, renowned for its high-performance sports cars, has made a substantial investment in Chilean e-fuel production.
Porsche will test the first 2,600 litres of electric petrol produced as part of the historic Haru Oni project in southern Chile as it travels 16,800 kilometres to eastern England.
Porsche has created a prototype hydrogen motor that can be placed in high-end sports cars and performs on par with a 4.4-liter, eight-cylinder gasoline engine while using less fuel and keeping emissions at safe levels for the environment.
Porsche has created a hydrogen engine prototype for high-end sports cars that can rival a V8, 4.4-liter internal combustion engine while using less gasoline and emitting emissions that are comparable to those of the surrounding air.
An engine that uses hydrogen instead of gasoline is another intriguing possibility.
The Silyzer 300 electrolyser has already arrived in Punta Arenas while Siemens Gamesa completes the installation of the wind turbine
Synthetic fuel will start production this year.
An industrial facility in Chile’s Punta Arenas region will produce almost CO2-neutral fuel (eFuel) in partnership with Porsche and Siemens…