Ammonia is the key to adoption of hydrogen fuel cells
Check out the interview with GenCell CEO Rami Reshef by James Hilton in the December issue of Automotive Industries (AI). The world’s oldest continually published trade publication covering the automaking business, AI is devoted to providing global coverage on all aspects of the automobile marketplace. AI places an emphasis on the people, products and processes that shape the automotive industry.
As hydrogen was endorsed by COP26 attendees as the fuel of the future, AI is exploring the role of hydrogen in the automotive industry. Working with fuel cells for some time, today thousands of hydrogen-powered electric vehicles are on the roads. The availability of hydrogen fuel to keep these fuel cells in drive is one of the biggest challenges facing automotive OEMs. Mr. Reshef explains how conversion of green hydrogen to ammonia can facilitate hydrogen transport and storage to overcome this challenge.
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