New evidence on greener energy solutions to be presented at Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES, CA, USA Sept. 15, 2016 - New research findings on
renewable ammonia as one of the greenest fuel sources are to be presented
publicly for the first time at a Los Angeles conference next week. The
13th Annual Ammonia Fuel Conference at UCLA will bring together experts
from around the world on anhydrous ammonia (NH3), the leading-edge liquid
fuel of the expanding green energy sector.
Greg Vezina, chairman of Mississauga, Ontario-based Hydrofuel Inc. will
be releasing two comprehensive studies of the "Key Life-Cycle Numbers
for NH3 and other fuels" conducted jointly by his company and
Professor Ibrahim Dincer's clean energy research group at the University
of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) in Oshawa, Ontario. Fuel
life-cycle numbers are valuable because they help predict fuel
performance, particularly with regard to emissions.
Greg Vezina of Hydrofuel Inc., a pioneer in the field of ammonia fuel
was profiled in this news item on the CBC National News,
across Canada on Nov. 6, 2006, and broadcast worldwide on CNN World
Report by CNN International on Dec. 16, 2006.