An excerpt: Synthetic fuels based on low carbon H2 form a third pillar of any viable solution to the world’s future energy and climate problems, alongside climate-friendly electricity and climate-friendly hydrogen. They are of great importance to climate-neutral mobility in the future. Such fuels have great advantages in terms of transportability, storage capacity and use of existing infrastructures. In all these, they are superior to hydrogen. Synthetic fuels are needed, among other things, for the climate-neutral supply of the world’s existing fleet of 1.3 billion vehicles with internal combustion engines today and 1.6 billion in the future.