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As the global transition from fossil fuels to green energy is 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.
GenCell CEO Rami Reshef explains how ammonia provides green energy when other renewables are available intermittently. Click to read the full article here.