So-called green ammonia is made by reacting nitrogen separated from air with hydrogen made by wind- or solar-powered water electrolysis. It could be an environmentally friendly fertiliser or, backers say, a safe, low-emissions fuel for ships and planes, reports Chemical & Engineering News.
A new report by the Danish catalyst company Haldor Topsoe and partners concludes that replacing conventional fuel oil with green ammonia could be a cost-effective way of reducing …
The post Carbon-neutral ammonia could be a safe, low-emissions fuel for ships and planes appeared first on The Loadstar.
Source: The Loadstar