Green Ammonia – A potential global reserve fuel for a decarbonised world

Mike Mason

Mike Mason, Oxford Martin Fellow, Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy

Abstract: Ammonia – made from sunshine air and water, is the cinderella of green energy options.  It is not widely considered as a fuel, but it has huge benefits over hydrogen.  It will be cheap to make in sunny places with the next generation of solar PV, it is easy to store, and easy to transport.  It will be cheap, safe, and useable as it is – or converted back to hydrogen.

Speaker: Engineer and entrepreneur Mike Mason is best known for co-founding ClimateCare, one of the world’s first carbon trading businesses which was sold to JP Morgan in 2008. He is involved as an investor and director in a range of companies from Healthcare to Renewable Energy.  He is a Fellow of the Oxford Martin School, and a member of the OMP for Integrating Renewable Energy.

Please note that this is a hybrid event.  You will need to register and choose whether you wish to attend in person or online.  The online link will be sent out at 10 am on the day.

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