What does ammonia have to do with reducing carbon emissions and averting climate crisis? Plenty, according to a new report by Robert F. Service. Australian researchers are eyeing liquid ammonia as a way to export wind and solar energy to places that can use it. Although progress is needed to improve economics and output, the innovations are drawing attention in Australia and around the world. This article would interest anyone looking for the “next big thing” related to public policy and investment in the global energy transition.
About the Author
Robert F. Service is a writer for Science magazine who specializes in chemistry and materials science.
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