Project Announcement: Fluidised-bed combustion of ammonia (NH3) for stationary combined heat and power generation

July 31, 2021

Being an excellent hydrogen (H2) carrier and effective and practical means of exporting Australia’s rich renewable energy resources, ammonia (NH3) can be used directly as a carbon-free fuel for transport or combined heat and power (CHP) generation. NH3 combustion emits no carbon oxides, sulphur oxides or particulate matter but the technical challenge is to combust NH3 efficiently with low nitrogen oxides (NOx) emission. The UWA Centre for Energy has conceptualised a fluidised-bed combustion technology using NH3 as a fuel for power generation. Read more

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