Raytheon Wins Energy Department Hydrogen, Ammonia R&D Work

Hydrogen and ammonia are seen as greener fuels.
Credit: Mitsubishi
The U.S. Energy Department has awarded Raytheon two research and development projects to test hydrogen and ammonia as zero-carbon fuels for electricity generation. Both projects aim to use the fuels with ground-based turbogenerators, but lessons learned will be applicable to aviation gas turbines...

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