Ammonia FAQs: fossil fools use fossil fuels!

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Nature's Hydrogen TankQ: What is ammonia?

A: Ammonia is simply Hydrogen and Nitrogen (NH3). Notice there is no carbon (C) in “NH3”. That means when you burn ammonia, it cannot release carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, or other greenhouse pollutants. Continue reading

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Toyota’s CO2-free ammonia car.. to hell with fossil fuels!

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note: this article proves all I’ve been saying for years.. ammonia is a safe and cheap fuel, with CO2-free and toxic gas free emissions, and can be made locally from just air, water and renewable electricity, preferably wind power.  Now let’s see if Toyota make a small utility ammonia car, and to hell with the fossil fools!

Ammonia fueled sports car: Marangoni Toyota GT86 Eco Explorer

Marangoni Toyota GT86 Eco Explorer

The Marangoni Toyota GT86 Eco Explorer

A new sports car that uses ammonia fuel is touring the motor shows of Europe. Continue reading