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Green Ammonia for co-firing in power plants; A promising use case to decarbonise power generation

Thermal generation is the largest source of power and heat today with around 60% of the energy mix dominated by fossil fuels. By retrofitting power plants with small modifications at low cost to co-fire ammonia (green ammonia), the fuel can be combusted alongside coal to generate power.
Ammonia co-firing has several advantages such as providing baseload power with a low-cost implementation making it perfect for regions with high number of thermal plants.
With pilot plants soon turning into a reality, we take a look at the major players in this sector and also review the countries making the most movement about implementing ammonia co-firing.
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