Electriq Global is a half-Australian, half-Israeli start-up (and financed by the Netanyahu government) that ensures it is ready to test in the Netherlands its solution to the big emissions problem in combustion cars: a fuel formed in a 60% for water.
Its objective is to have twice the yield, be 50% cheaper and 100% ecological, and also be included in the field of lithium-ion batteries or compressed hydrogen. Now ‘only’ needs to be made to work on a large scale.
First tests, in 2020
Through its partnership with the Dutch company Eleqtec, the water-based fuel of this start-up will begin its testing phase in the Netherlands in 2020. The company says it can run on a hydrogen car with a fuel cell, although it presents it as a solution for any type of vehicle in the future.