NH3 Fuel News, Global Update: Let’s Roll Norm Olson, Chair, NH3 Fuel Association / Iowa Energy Center, BECON Facility
This paper provides an overview of the impressive attributes of NH3 as a fuel. NH3 is the closet thing to an ideal fuel due to its production flexibility, competitive cost, infrastructure cost/availability, efficiency, environmental performance, and safety. This year’s presentation will emphasize why NH3 is the best bridge fuel between fossil and renewable fuels and why it is relatively simple to make NH3 safe enough to meet the most stringent fuel safety standards.
Ammonia has the potential to play an increasing role in international security for the US and its allies in global areas of interest. So far, analysis of ammonia for the US government and military has narrowly focused on its use as fuel for combat vehicles, including aircraft or ships, but there are far more vital roles it can play, to save resources and lives.
Ammonia — An Energy Buffering Solution for the Future Anish Patil, Proton Ventures
Ammonia, Carbon Capture, and Gas Turbines Ensure U.S. Energy Independence Edgar Vercruysse, Probatex s.c.
Feasibility for Production of Renewable NH3 in Hawaii for Food and Energy Security Guy Toyama and Ulrich Bonne, H2 Technologies, Inc.
Kickoff / Note from the Chairman Norm Olson, Iowa Energy Center
2010 Conference Kick-off Norm Olson, Iowa Energy Center
An Ammonia-based Global Crises Solver Homer Wang, anh3.org