Japan targets ammonia in green power generation switch
Japan’s largest energy producer aims to replace coal used in power generation with ammonia. It also eyes liquefied natural gas as another means to neutralise the carbon footprint of its fossil fuel-fired plants
Reducing CO2 emissions from thermal power generation is essential to realising a low-carbon society, according to Japan’s largest energy producer, which has said it plans to close all coal-fired plants by 2030
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