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World Hydrogen Leader Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Ammonia the liquid and 'other' hydrogen explored in this piece.  The ammonia molecule is also probably one of the best alternatives for the mid/long-term storage of electricity as chemical energy. As such it can be used in buffering a renewables-based electricity system by transforming electricity into hydrogen/ammonia when renewable energy is abundant and cheap and burned to produce electricity when needed..  If you are interested join the professional group: https://lnkd.in/dTvRsB9 Ammonia and Hydrogen 

 

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