The Sandia National Laboratories CR5 (Counter-Rotating-Ring Receiver Reactor Recuperator) is a device that can convert carbon dioxide into a liquid fuel.
Designed by developer Rich Diver and researchers at the Sandia National Laboratories, the CR5 device can create fuels like gasoline diesel and jet fuel from power plant carbon dioxide. Diver hopes that the Sandia National Laboratories CR5 will soon replace carbon sequestration, which is a method of injecting captured CO2 into the ground.
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