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Report finds use of ammonia could increase hydrogen use in the UK
© NWHA
Report finds use of ammonia could increase hydrogen use in the UK
© NWHA

Report finds use of ammonia could increase hydrogen use in the UK

A report has revealed how the North West of the UK could ramp up plans for local low-carbon hydrogen production through increasing the nation’s use of ammonia. 

Announced on Thursday (May 12), ‘The role of ammonia in the North West hydrogen economy’ report by the North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA), outlined that energy imports to the UK could be diversified by using ammonia as a hydrogen carrier. 

Low-carbon hydrogen will be transported via pipelines for distribution to industry and other sectors of the economy to replace fossil fuels. Alternatively, the hydrogen can be refrigerated to very low temperatures to store and transport it in liquid form for international shipping.  

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