Ammonia Co-firing Slash CO2 Emissions: Mitsubishi and JERA’s Studies
Here’s an article posted in Powermag that talks about the studies by Mitsubishi and JERA which unveil Ammonia co-firing potential.
According to the article,
- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and a Chilean independent power producer are conducting a feasibility study on ammonia co-firing at a power plant in Chile.
- The study aims to achieve a 20% co-firing rate and assess the supply of ammonia burners and other necessary equipment.
- JERA, a Japanese joint venture, and IHI Corp. are working on a project to establish ammonia co-firing technology at the Hekinan Thermal Power Station in Japan.
- The project aims to eventually achieve a 20% co-firing rate.
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