CREA Report: Negative Air quality implications of coal-ammonia co-firing

The Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) in Helsinki has published a report on the impact of coal-ammonia co-firing at Japan’s Hekinan Thermal Power Station.

The findings of the report show that, ultimately, the co-firing of ammonia will affect emissions of several different species (PM2.5, SO2, NO2, NH3), from multiple different activities, such as production, transport, and  combustion, and the changes in total emissions have the potential to affect atmospheric concentrations of PM2.5 and human health, as well as emissions of greenhouse gases, which are contributing to climate change.

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