Not entirely. A biotech company has managed to identify bacteria that can convert carbon dioxide and water into hydrocarbons with the help of sunlight. This is important since it can help curb the ever decreasing reserves of fossil fuels and ever increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. An interesting aspect of this does not require huge plantations for biofuels, nor does it require digging up of wells. This provides products that are compatible with old and modern automobiles (sans the fuel cell, solar and electric cars); it defeats the current low-powered solar cars that require a large area of the vehicle for solar panels and the expensive technology of the other two.