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OUR CARBON-FREE GRID STORAGE

FUEL FOR A MINDFUL WORLD
Another area of great focus is on the decentralization of energy grids, and the creation of more power storage within our existing distribution networks.

With current sources of renewable energy – such as geothermal or hydroelectric – when the demand is low the generation capacity must be turned down. Think of a wind farm that has howling wind, however the windmills sit idle because there is no immediate use for the energy it could be creating.

What if those same windmills could instead be generating sustainable electricity by powering a FuelPositive Carbon-Free NH3 system? During periods of peak demand, even when there is no wind, the carbon-free NH3 stored on site can be combusted in ammonia-fired turbines to generate and distribute electricity to nearby consumers or used in standalone applications, like fertilizer for farms. The concept of utilizing off-peak and excess energy from renewables to produce carbon-free NH3 makes a tremendous amount of environmental and economic sense. Take a look at a few of the applications for FuelPositive’s technology here
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