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Within the Waste2Fuel project, innovative, high-performance, and cost-effective fuel production methods from municipal solid wastes (MSWs) are sought for application as energy carriers or direct drop-in fuels/chemicals in the near-future low-carbon power generation systems and internal combustion engines. Among the studied energy vectors, C1-C2 alcohols and ethers are mainly addressed. This study presents a potential bio-derived ethanol oxidative coupling in the gas phase in multicomponent systems derived from hydrotalcite-containing precursors.

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The present research was financially supported by the Foundation for Polish Science, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Smart Growth Operational Programme PO IR, project no. REINTEGRATION/2016-1/5 Waste into fuel-catalyst and process development for waste biomass valorization, I.S.P. and P.P. extend their sincere appreciation to NAWA The Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange through Bekker grants PPN/BEK/2019/1/00348 “C1-C4 alkanes to oxygenated fuel electrochemical transformation” and PPN/BEK/2019/1/00345 “Nanostructured carbon-based materials doped with metal nanoparticles as catalytic electrode materials for CO2 electroreduction with the use of surface-plasmon enhancement”. The research activity of D.M. was supported by funds from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie grant agreement No. 711859 and by financial resources for science in the years 2017–2021 awarded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education for the implementation of an international co-financed project.