"AirLic" Fuels™

Atmospheric Full-cycle, Carbon-neutral

Portions of Solar Air Tech, SolarAir™ mass-airflow technology enable a new source to mass produce full-cycle liquid hydrocarbon fuels. Our “AirLic” Fuels™ will create global availability for a measured/controlled atmospheric-content “new fuel” system/derivative. Full-cycle, carbon-neutral, liquid hydrocarbon fuels will help Save Earth’s Ecosphere™ while assisting the global economy to continue flourishing.

SATC mass airflow will help create atmospheric full-cycle, carbon-neutral gasoline, diesel and jet fuels, using CO2 as the base substance. “AirLic” Fuels™ can be used 100% on their own or as a fungible/drop-in mixture with refined crude oil fuels.

What is a full-cycle fuel?

SolarAir™ Tower-Chimney (SATC) cleanly accomplishes mass airflow, enabling thousands of tons of carbon dioxide to be pulled out of the atmosphere. The resulting clean electric power generation and potable water production can support on-site production of “AirLic” Fuels™.

Burned in any way or in any engine type: “AirLic” Fuels™ CO2 base substance, i.e., previously atmospherically contained CO2 reenters the atmosphere. SATC continues to pull CO2 back out to produce more full-cycle “AirLic” Fuels™. Use of “AirLic” Fuels™ emits no new CO2 into the atmosphere-fossil fuels always do.

Carbon-positive fossil fuels and carbon-neutral “AirLic” Fuels™ will enable mixture synergies in the ongoing effort to abundantly supply civilization with cleaner vehicle propulsion energy.

“AirLic” Fuels™ are full-cycle and carbon neutral.


“Solar thermal power plants represent a type of electricity generation technology that is cleaner than generating electricity by using fossil fuels. Thus, these are some of the cleanest options for generating electricity.” Energy Education

FACT:  Wind power is the lowest-cost large-scale renewable energy source and is the largest source of renewable energy in the U.S. today.

SATC generates electricity for sale and distribution.

SolarAir™ Tower-Chimney’s solar heat assisted mass-airflow area convections produce electricity by utilizing numerous wind-blade turbines. Solar heat (thermal energy) is consistently conducted into the ambient air that is flowing through the inside of SATC’s system, therefore assisting in the ongoing increases of the mass-airflow’s convections and elevating speeds.

At specialized slower speeds and air pressures, carbon dioxide is separated from the airflow as it first enters the system’s air-heat platform’s perimeter circumference. CO2 is then stripped off the filters and pumped into large tanks for storage and industrial use. SATC’s collectors continually separate CO2 from the atmosphere. Electricity is continually produced for use on- or off-site. Condensation is captured to amass the accumulation of potable water that will be stored and used for various green-product developments.

The numerous wind-blade turbines of the SATC system cleanly generate electric energy as an important by-product of SATC’s mass airflow. Wind turns the propeller blades of the turbine generating electricity.


SATC produces potable water from condensation.

SATC harnesses the heat of the sun, capturing it at various stages. As the energy from sunlight flows from one stage to the next, vapor condenses on the surfaces. Dehumidification apparatus captures the condensation and pumps the results – potable water – into holding tanks. Uses for potable water include drinking water and for showers, toilets, cooking, etc.


The SATC system uses multiple stages to desalinate the water, using evaporation and condensation much like a still. Any accumulated salt or brine is collected and stored.  Rather than returning it to the oceans where it can harm marine ecosystems, SolarAir Power will partner with teams using devices that can convert brine into useful chemicals.


SATC isolates the carbon that it draws down form the atmosphere and uses the heat of the sun to move massive airflows that generate electricity for production of full-cycle, carbon-neutral liquid hydrocarbon fuels. These will be used for a variety of industrial applications.

  • Heavy industrial products manufacturing that requires high-temperature heat and steam, such as steel and cement 
  • Resource extraction and production for minerals, oil and gas
  • Processing and production of foods and beverages 
  • Textile manufacturing 
  • Operating fuels for cars, trucks, planes, trains, ships and any other gasoline, diesel or jet fuel needing vehicle

Growth in energy consumption over the past decade has been driven largely by an ongoing long-term trend of rising production in energy-intensive industry subsectors (i.e. chemicals, iron and steel, cement, pulp and paper and aluminum), which was in turn driven by population growth and socio-economic development…Innovation is needed to expand the potential to use renewables and electricity (both directly and indirectly via hydrogen) in a greater portion of industrial processes, particularly for high-temperature heat. “

Tracking Industry 2021, November 2021 Report


SATC will offer companies seeking to reduce their net carbon footprint tradable carbon offsets for purchase.

Carbon offset credits represent one ton of CO2 removed from the atmosphere. SATC will remove thousands of tons of carbon emissions via Direct Air Capture and sell these CO2 reductions as carbon credits. Every major corporation has made it a priority to offset their carbon footprint. As the carbon credit market expands, our SATC system will generate substantial profits from offering companies an efficient carbon offset mechanism.


SATC captures carbon overload and converts it to green resources for municipalities.

SATC provides a viable way for cities to obtain more renewable energy sources to accelerate the need for decarbonization. SolarAir Power will work with local governments to create welcoming environments for private investment in renewable energy. Initiatives include incentives, providing sites for green/clean energy projects such as SATC and cutting red tape to encourage developers and residents to adopt clean energy.

The Inflation Reduction Act passed by Congress this month will boost a host of clean technologies. Among them will be startups developing more efficient ways to capture and store carbon, which is going to be crucial to meeting global climate goals.

US Climate Bill’s Subsidy Bonanza Gives New Allure to Carbon Capture


Carbon Capture and Carbon Sequestration

Solar Air Tech’s SATC is designed to accomplish direct air carbon capture. Our DAC business model is distinguished by its CO2 in-container (temporary sequestration) storage that will automatically become long-term acting sequestration vessels of CO2.

The atmospherically separated CO2 that is stored will also be available for use in the clean manufacture of green products.