CEM for ammonia and hydrogen fired power generation

Despite the energy losses in the round trip efficiency, hydrogen and ammonia are likely to be used as clean energy vectors to balance non-programmable renewable power generation in many grids. Firing these gases on turbines to create responsive peak-shaving capacity is possible. However, the emissions footprint must be monitored closely to avoid nitrous oxide greenhouse gas emissions from the burners. Fortunately, turbine development and cems gas analyser instrumentation is up to the task. Partial cracking of the ammonia and a suitable fuel / air ratio seem to be key. And for the continuous emissions monitoring gas analysers, there is a […]

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