FuelPositive’s (TSX.V: NHHH) (OTCQB: NHHHF) vision for its modular, scalable and portable green ammonia production technology was reinforced by observations contained in a Recharge special report. Designed to produce green ammonia from water, air and renewable electricity, the system is touted as a solution to the hydrogen transportation conundrum. According to FuelPositive, green ammonia, which is hydrogen dense and is much easier to store and transport using existing infrastructure, is the perfect vector for hydrogen. “As a liquid, hydrogen needs cryogenic temperature of -253°C, while as a gas, it has to be kept at extremely high pressure. At the same time, it is explosive when it escapes and combines with air. These characteristics mean that long-distance hydrogen transportation may not be entirely practical,” reads a recent article, which also notes that these sentiments are shared by the Recharge special report’s author, Leigh Collins. Leigh discusses the limitations of transporting liquid hydrogen (“LH2”), which include the fact that it would theoretically take more than three shipments of LH2 to transport the same amount of energy as two shipments of liquid ammonia, assuming same-sized vessels. Further, a 160,000m3 cargo (a standard LNG vessel size) of liquid hydrogen would cost roughly $200/MWh to produce, in terms of the energy it contains, compared to just under $88/MWh of liquid ammonia. The annual losses when transporting LH2 would be $270.5 million compared to liquid ammonia’s $4.1 million. “Taking all these elements into account, it is clear that ammonia would be far less expensive to transport by sea than liquid hydrogen,” Collins writes.
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About FuelPositive Corporation
FuelPositive is a Canadian growth-stage technology company committed to providing commercially viable and sustainable “cradle to cradle” clean technology solutions, including green ammonia (“NH3”), for use across a broad spectrum of industries and applications. By focusing on technologies that are clean and economically advantageous/realizable, the company aims to change the course of climate change through practical solutions that can be implemented now. The company’s core technology, a modular and scalable green ammonia system, takes air, water and sustainable electricity and synthesizes it into a non-polluting chemical for multiple applications, including fertilizer for farming, fuel for internal combustion engines and a solution for grid storage. Green ammonia is being considered as a replacement for fossil fuels and as a key enabler of the hydrogen economy. For more information, visit www.FuelPositive.com.
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