Bigger Market for Solar than the Electricity Grid: Carbon-free Transportation Fuels, Hydrogen and Anhydrous Ammonia

Tuesday, September 25
10:40 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Spotlight Stage | Booth 4478, Exhibit Hall D

William C. Leighty, MBA

Director
The Leighty Foundation

BSEE, Stanford, 1965. MBA, Stanford, 1971.
Director, The Leighty Foundation, www.leightyfoundation.org/earth.php
Principal, Alaska Applied Sciences, Inc., Juneau, AK, (AASI) www.AlaskaAppliedSciences.com
Member: IEEE, ASME, AIChE, ACORE, CHBC, ASES
Co-authored papers, posters, presentations since Year 2000 on alternatives to electricity for capture and production, gathering, transmission, storage, delivery, and end-use of diverse, renewables-source, CO2-emission-free energy sources to achieve near-total decarbonization of humanity's total energy supply. The attractive alternatives are the Carbon-free fuels: hydrogen and Anhydrous Ammonia (NH3). AASI, Juneau, AK, USA owns a 14-turbine windplant in Palm Springs, CA, which will be converted to deliver all its captured wind energy as hydrogen fuel, for nascent local markets, with no connection to the electricity Grid. Solar PV may be synergistically combined with wind energy, in this project.

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