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TDK and the innovative GenCell targeting low-cost green ammonia production. Rami Reshef, GenCell CEO says:

“We are confident that our disruptive and economical approach will displace costly alternatives and garner interest and market share both for TDK and GenCell. More importantly, this technology will enable the broad availability of green ammonia and the proliferation of self-sustaining green ammonia-driven “nano-power” stations that will empower us to move towards eliminating carbon emissions and neutralising the climate crisis. “





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Matt Chester on Feb 23, 2021

This is the first I've come across the term nano-power stations-- any insight into what exactly these look like? 

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