Zuckerman Israeli Postdoctoral Alumni Scholar Alon Greenberg Dana publishes paper in Fuel Communications.
Ammonia has long been considered as a candidate vector for power generation, and has specifically gained significant interest recently. Though it is not free of drawbacks, ammonia has been identified as a promising potential alternative fuel for future power generation. Current studies, and a growing body of works in this direction, drive us closer to a viable solution of ammonia as an important transition into a cleaner future of the energy sector. In this perspective, we explore the use of ammonia as a fuel in combustion applications (with and without additives) and in fuel cells.