The question is if using ammonium bicarbonate as a form of energy storage would be wise and possible?
When you have got water coming from above – as you can have in the Himalayas – and a heat conductor that feeds back the heat from the outlet of the turbine to the inlet then you would need less heat input. The hot carbon dioxide and ammonia mixture would rise back up to form ammonium bicarbonate with cold water back up above to be reused.
So do you think ammonium bicarbonate for energy storage is wise and possible?
I am looking forward to your reply.
Regards, Guido Schilt