In this evolving competition design, teams will demonstrate a green fuel lifecycle that is sustainable, cost-effective, and efficient at scale — thus delivering green fuels that can decarbonize the hardest-to-abate sectors of the modern economy, providing the developing world with access to clean energy, and facilitating a transition to full electrification.
What in its composition must a fuel be tested for before being transferred to its destination and consumed?
What key parameters should the fuel analysis cover to evaluate fuel quality, estimate performance, efficiency, and other interactions throughout the lifecycle (incl. any emissions that result from conversion processes)?
Is there a globally recognized testing framework or standards that can be applied to a wide variety of green fuels (including carbon-based and nitrogen-based fuels)?
Is there a testing lab you’d recommend us to speak with?