Inside the Brooklyn start-up making clean jet fuel with captured CO2

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Air Company’s pilot facility in Brooklyn

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In a grey building squeezed in an industrial corner of Brooklyn, New York, Stafford Sheehan shows me a jar full of black metallic pellets. “This is the special sauce,” he says. They don’t look like much, but he says they could help produce billions of litres of fossil-free liquid fuel.

Sheehan’s start-up, Air Company, is one of a growing set of manufacturers trying to use captured CO2 to replace products now made with fossil fuels, which can help to reduce emissions. But…

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