I’ve got a thing for the green hydrogen economy but I’m not an engineer by any stretch of the imagination.
Recently I’ve been reading more about the role ammonia will play in the future - a room temperature liquid fuel made of green hydrogen and nitrogen pulled from the air (80% of the air we breathe).
A Norwegian state capitalist company. Yara International is experimenting with it on ships - slide 16 onwards - https://maritimecleantech.no/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Nov19-Ammonia-fuel-NCE-cleantech.pdf
And Reaction Engines in the UK is planning to trial it on planes - https://cen.acs.org/energy/renewables/Ammonia-route-fuel-ships-planes/98/i31
I thought it might be of interest to any other future energy nerds and maybe we can chat amongst ourselves and find some good early investment opportunities in the ammonia space!