Benoit Morenne writes in The Wall Street Journal on the many ways that sequestered carbon is being used to create new and innovative products.
- Air Company, a Brooklyn-based startup, is using captured CO2 to make vodka.
- The company sends green hydrogen and carbon captured from ethanol plants into a catalyst that converts the gasses into ethanol and water. From there the company distills the liquids to produce vodka.
- Air Company estimates that one liter of vodka removes one pound of CO2 from the air.
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