Ammonia: the missing link in the energy transition?
Plans for ammonia exports are taking shape around the world, as companies compete to secure the most attractive opportunities to fuel future zero carbon aspirations.
“With increased production efficiency, green ammonia can deliver clean energy to markets across the globe through already established transport networks,” fuel cell manufacturer GenCell CEO Rami Reshef said.
He went on to warn of “significant” capital and operating expenditure, when compared with traditional ammonia production.
“In order for the green ammonia market to grow, there is a need for technological developments to lower the cost of production. This is where GenCell aims, with its novel and economical approach to green ammonia synthesis, to disrupt the market,” Reshef said.
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