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The Case For Methanol

In the past few decades, sustainable technologies have multiplied rapidly. The price of solar and wind energy has crashed, leading to a sustainable energy boom. Simultaneously, the public has grown more comfortable with electric vehicles, thanks to increasing range and flashy brands like Tesla showing what EVs are capable of. It would seem fossils are [&hellip The Case For Methanol was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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