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Japan's IHI to burn ammonia with coal at Indian power plant

Joint project with India's Adani aims to reduce emissions with cleaner fuel

A trial ammonia power system operated by IHI. (Photo courtesy of IHI)

TOKYO -- Japanese engineering company IHI will introduce ammonia at a coal-fired power plant in western India, providing a potential way to lower carbon emissions in a country that relies heavily on fossil fuels.

The project, a partnership with India's Adani Power, will modify a facility in Gujarat to take a 20% ammonia fuel mix, with plans to gradually transition to exclusively ammonia, which generates no carbon emissions when burned.

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