Aaron Larson of Power writes on how ammonia could help the world transition to clean energy.
- While hydrogen is being viewed by many as a fuel for the clean energy future, it is hard and inefficient to transport.
- Ammonia, which is comprised of nitrogen and hydrogen, could solve this problem.
- Ammonia is able to liquified and easily transported, something that fertilizer companies have been doing for years.
- After its transported the ammonia can be burned or turned back into hydrogen fuel.
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