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GreenGas.cc in discussions with two Jet aircraft manufacturers wishing to explore the use of GreenNH3 fuel in international air transport.
During discussions it was discovered that some have been using NH3 (brown) as a test product for filling wing tanks to test for leaks in factory full of staff, confirming the safe nature of the fuel.
Also if one airline can cut its costs by using GreenNH3 and not have to pay for carbon credits (since not using carbon fuel), could give a great financial and business advantage over other airlines still using conventional carbon jet fuel.
GreenGas.cc spoke at the world alternate fuels conference in Kansas city. Attending the conference where scientists from around the world looking for new green sources of energy and transportation for their countries, and indeed the world. After speaking the GreenGas.cc people were surrounded by scientists wanting to know more.
Items now under discussion include making Greengas.cc from deep earth heat sources as well as using other green energy sources besides now used wind and using GreenGas as a storage medium.
There was much interest to convert jet aircraft to use the green fuel.
Though most people know all ground transportation types can be handled using Greengas, jet air transport using GreenNH3, though proven in the past, now looks to need more examination or promotion.