Ultimate Energy Storage: Ammonia
- Jul 21, 2020 9:35 pm GMT
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Challenges of Green Energy
With climate change causing more frequent extreme weather and the IPCC setting targets to reduce emissions to prevent a temperature rise of another 1.5 degrees, the world is making efforts to transition to Renewable Energy. With the global transition from fossil fuels to green energy underway, there is a need for long-term storage and long-range transmission of this green energy. Ammonia is well-suited for both applications, in that at room temperature liquid ammonia is a highly efficient carrier of hydrogen that can be readily transported. Fuel cells that can harness hydrogen from ammonia offer significant breakthroughs in overcoming the key challenges of green energy:
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