Ammonia Combustion Emissions: Whitepaper Registration

Whitepaper Registration:
Ammonia Combustion Emissions

The AEA intends to publish a whitepaper that will provide an accessible and authoritative introduction to the topic of ammonia combustion emissions in the context of a sustainable economy. 

This public document will answer important and frequently asked questions regarding source emissions, and will provide context and illustration of technical material to support greater public understanding and acceptance of the use of ammonia as a fuel. It will contain an overview of ammonia combustion applications, a review of established emission limits across relevant markets and jurisdictions, and information about available and in-development ammonia combustion technologies, with useful data regarding emission levels and mitigation pathways. The whitepaper will be illustrated with industry case studies that demonstrate relevant technologies and applications. It will contain recommendations that can support the research agenda, policy development, and corporate planning. It will conclude with a robust literature review as a resource for further information.


Working Group Establishment

The AEA is establishing an Ammonia Combustion Emissions Working Group, which will be responsible for directing the AEA staff and academic partners who will write this report. The Working Group will define the structure and content of the report, oversee the development of the report, and provide final approval of the report and the conclusions and positions it contains. Working Group participants may also wish to contribute text, images, and data, and may want to have a role in disseminating the finished report in public. All AEA Members are entitled to participate in this working group and external experts will be invited to contribute as appropriate. The Working Group will disband upon the report, estimated to be before the end of November 2022.

Working Schedule
All Working Group input can be provided through e-mail or via direct engagement with AEA staff, but the workplan is structured around four Working Group meetings, with the following proposed schedule:


  • Meeting 1: Kick-off and Project Definition. Mid September. 
  • Meeting 2: Data sets and initial conclusions. Late November. 
  • Meeting 3: First Draft. Early January. 
  • Meeting 4: Final draft and launch plan. Early February.
A PDF with full information about the proposed whitepaper structure and Working Group purpose and schedule is available at the following link:


If you would like to join this working group please provide your details below and submit the form.

E.g., What skills or qualifications can you bring to the development of this topic. Please note that all members are eligible to participate and the answers provided here will serve as a guide to structure the working group.

Thank you for completing this form!

We will contact you shortly with more details about next steps for the working group. If you have any questions please contact Kevin Rouwenhorst, [email protected].