An air-to- fuels -process begins by renewable energy used to split hydrogen from water. The hydrogen is then combined with carbon dioxide captured from the atmosphere. This turns into synthetic raw fuel. It can then be processed to become fuel that can be used in cars, in aircraft and for boat engines. The technology can be an excellent complement for vehicles that are unlikely to be electrified quickly. The fuel produced by air-to- fuels technology can be produced with 100 times less land use than is required for biofuels.