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Potential Utilisation of Fuel Ammonia in ASEAN Countries

Potential Utilisation of Fuel Ammonia in ASEAN Countries
2 January 2024
ASEAN, Energy
Fuel, Fuel Ammonia, Energy

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Utilising fuel ammonia offers a viable solution for reconciling the decarbonisation and economic development goals of ASEAN countries. As many nations maintain coal-fired power generation, transitioning to co-fired ammonia can aid in curbing carbon emissions without extensive modifications to current setups. This study assesses the demand for fuel ammonia in ASEAN, explores projected power supply costs, and suggests policy measures to hasten its adoption. It further reviews advancements in co-firing technologies and ongoing efforts in ammonia supply chain development within the ASEAN power sector.


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