2023 roadmap on ammonia as a carbon-free fuel

William I.F. David, Gerry D. Agnew, René Bañares-Alcántara, James Barth, John Bøgild Hansen, Pierre Bréquigny, Mara de Joannon, Sofia Fürstenberg Stott, Conor Fürstenberg Stott, Andrea Guati-Rojo, Marta Hatzell, Douglas R. MacFarlane, Joshua W. Makepeace, Epaminondas Mastorakos, Fabian Mauss, Andrew Medford, Christine Mounaïm-Rousselle, Duncan A. Nowicki, Mark A. Picciani, Rolf S. PostmaKevin H.R. Rouwenhorst, Pino Sabia, Nicholas Salmon, Alexandr N. Simonov, Collin Smith, Laura Torrente-Murciano, Agustin Valera-Medina

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The 15 short chapters that form this 2023 ammonia-for-energy roadmap provide a comprehensive assessment of the current worldwide ammonia landscape and the future opportunities and associated challenges facing the use of ammonia, not only in the part that it can play in terms of the future displacement of fossil-fuel reserves towards massive, long-term, carbon-free energy storage and heat and power provision, but also in its broader holistic impacts that touch all three components of the future global food-water-energy nexus.

Original languageEnglish
Article number021501
Number of pages56
JournalJournal of Physics: Energy
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2024


  • ammonia
  • carbon-free
  • energy
  • fuel

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