Diesel engines can co-fire hydrogen up to about 30% (by volume) with little modification. Hydrogen is also a feedstock to making renewable diesel, a fuel that is 100% compatible with diesel engines without modification. Modified diesel engines may be able to run on ammonia produced from hydrogen. Hydrogen is not an efficient fuel for spark-initiated (i.e. gasoline) engines.
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