TAG Industrial Watch: December 24, 2022

While the future for EVs is bright, replacing gas stations with charging stations presents a challenging problem. However, thanks to the development of e-fuel by the engineers at Porsche, we may be able to avert this infrastructure problem. Created by combining hydrogen with carbon dioxide extracted from the air, e-fuel only emits the same carbon dioxide when burned, making the synthetic fuel carbon neutral. E-fuel’s biggest advantage over EVs is that the fuel can be used in existing cars with combustible engines without any adaptations. Equally as important, gas stations can distribute e-fuel just as easily as gasoline. EVs have already made an impact on the industrial real estate market, and the development of e-fuel could be another game changer and the perfect Christmas gift to muscle car enthusiasts.

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Porsche Begins Production Of ‘E-Fuel’ That Could
Provide Gas Alternative Amid EV Push

CNBC – December 20, 2022
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Will Your Next Building Run On Fumes? How To Address
Vapor Intrusion Risk And Keep People Safe

Bisnow – December 14, 2022
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Here’s What’s Ahead For US Seaports In 2023
Globe St. – December 19, 2022
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Buying Ugly: The Inner Beauty Of Unattractive Real Estate
Inc.com – December 22, 2022
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Commercial/Multifamily Borrowing Declines 13% In Q3
Commercial Property Executive – November 30, 2022
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

AES Corp. And Air Products Team Up To Build $4 Billion
Green Hydrogen Production Facility In North Texas

CoStar – December 15, 2022
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“If They Build It, Will Tenants Come?”
REJournals – December 20, 2022
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1.2 MSF Coca-Cola Facility Gets Green Light In Kansas
Commercial Property Executive – December 16, 2022
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Scarcity Drives Chicagoland’s Hot Industrial Market
The Real Deal – December 16, 2022
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Two Class A Industrial Buildings Change Hands In North Fort Worth
Globe St. – December 21, 2022
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