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Small-scale systems that make carbon neutral e-fuels from carbon dioxide in the air.

The Skarsgård

One aircela unit, repurposing CO2 around your house into e-fuel for your household's vehicles. aircela's e-fuel powers any gas-powered engine.

Keep your car, drive carbon neutral. Never worry about range. If you're on a road trip, supplement your carbon-neutral fuel with regular gas - you're still reducing your carbon footprint massively. If you have spare, give carbon neutral fuel to your friends and neighbors.

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The Karl & Frank

The Karl & Frank system is a modular 'rack array' of aircela units installed along with solar panels, making carbon neutral methanol - a shipping fuel.

Karl & Frank are entirely off-grid, reducing development times and footprint on the land. As we manufacture more units they will be added to the system - a 'copy-paste' approach that lets us produce fuel while building up to full scale.


The larger the system gets, the more the units work together to make the most of local sun, air and water conditions - the system learns how to self-optimize.

The Stewy

Utility scale output to maximize utilization of locally available renewable energy.


The aircela e-fuels are made locally and used like traditional gasoline. Our e-fuels can also be stored easily or transported to where it is needed.

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