Ammonia as a Fuel : Study by GE Gas Power and IHI Corp
Here’s an article posted in Powermag that talks about the study conducted by GE Gas power and IHI Corp on Ammonia.
According to the article,
- GE Gas Power and IHI Corp conducted a study on using ammonia as a fuel for gas turbines in Japan.
- The study suggests that ammonia has the potential to be a cost-effective and carbon-free fuel for gas turbines.
- The companies aim to develop ammonia combustion technologies by 2030 to enable gas turbines to burn up to 100% ammonia, reducing carbon emissions.
- This research provides valuable insights into the economic and technological aspects of using low-carbon fuels in gas turbines.
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