Plans for ammonia exports are taking shape around the world, as companies compete to secure the most attractive opportunities to fuel future zero carbon aspirations. Hydrogen has taken centre stage in recent times, amid plans for the energy transition. The element poses difficulties in transportation, though. To transport hydrogen, the exporter must chill the gas to below -252 degrees Celsius.
Energy Voice 10th Aug 2021 read more »
In the search for sustainable flying, Cranfield University might have found the answer in hydrogen.
Guardian 14th Aug 2021 read more »
A viable future for hydrogen: a day in the life of a hydrogen combined cycle power plant. The current vision is a combined cycle hydrogen power plant that would utilise renewable energy or spare capacity to generate green hydrogen using PEM electrolyzer technology. As ever more significant volumes of renewable power enter the power grid, it is obviously a great benefit for the drive to a low carbon future. This growth of renewable energy puts a significant financial strain on the traditional operation of natural gas-fired power plants. These power plants are crucial to the security of electricity supply and grid stability, producing electricity when the sun is not shining, or the wind is not blowing and topping up the grid during periods of peak demand.
NS Energy 13th Aug 2021 read more »