Most of the talk of ammonia in the car industry these days is related to diesel after-treatment systems. Shawn Grannell of Ann Arbor MI has a different idea. Grannell is working on his doctoral thesis in applied physics at the University of Michigan and he thinks that ammonia is the solution to replacing petroleum.
Whether or not you believe in global warming, nitrogen-oxides, or NOx, definitely does contribute to acid rain and smog, which are not debatable. Because NOx is emitted in large quantities from the exhaust of diesel engines, something needs to stop it from entering our atmosphere. One way to do this is with Jeremy Korzeniewski