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Ammonia energy financing update: March 2022

This week we explore some recent funding announcements for ammonia energy:
  • New York-based Amogy receives backing from Amazon and the Empire State Development Fund.
  • Haldor Topsoe reaches an agreement with the European Investment Bank for a €45 million loan to support R&D initiatives.
  • Israel-based H2Pro closes a $75 million funding round to develop its proprietary water splitting technology.
  • Hy2gen closes a €200 million investment round for construction of its green e-fuel facilities, including two green ammonia projects in Norway and Canada.
  • and Australia-based Jupiter Ionics receives $2 million in government funding for development of its electrochemical synthesis technology.

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Ammonia-based Clean Energy System with Ultra-High Energy Density

Amogy builds a novel carbon-free high energy density system using ammonia (NH3) as a fuel, with the targeted system-level energy densities of >1,000 Wh/kg (gravimetric) and >750 Wh/L (volumetric), respectively.  The solution consists of ammonia storage, a miniaturized fuel processor (or called reformer/reactor) and a fuel cell. With highly efficient catalysts operating at significantly low temperature and heat-integrated hybrid reactor, the innovative energy system is optimized for the mobility applications requiring sustainable and dynamic operations. This new energy system could enable the electrification of heavy ground/sea/air transportations, where current existing and emerging technologies, e.g., Li-ion battery or gaseous hydrogen (H2),…

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The Ammonia Wrap: green bunker fuel hub planned for the Baltic Sea

News this week: future green bunker fuel hub planned for Bornholm, more Haldor Topsoe news, Australia partners up, 23 key players kick-off ammonia maritime fuel study, $100 billion hydro-hydrogen and ammonia in the DR Congo, Egypt planning $4 billion green hydrogen project, AP Ventures leads investment in Amogy, full steam ahead for MS Green Ammonia, new blue ammonia plant in Canada and new engineering contracts signed for key blue ammonia projects.

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Ammonia energy financing update: March 2022

This week we explore some recent funding announcements for ammonia energy:
  • New York-based Amogy receives backing from Amazon and the Empire State Development Fund.
  • Haldor Topsoe reaches an agreement with the European Investment Bank for a €45 million loan to support R&D initiatives.
  • Israel-based H2Pro closes a $75 million funding round to develop its proprietary water splitting technology.
  • Hy2gen closes a €200 million investment round for construction of its green e-fuel facilities, including two green ammonia projects in Norway and Canada.
  • and Australia-based Jupiter Ionics receives $2 million in government funding for development of its electrochemical synthesis technology.

Article

The Ammonia Wrap: green bunker fuel hub planned for the Baltic Sea

News this week: future green bunker fuel hub planned for Bornholm, more Haldor Topsoe news, Australia partners up, 23 key players kick-off ammonia maritime fuel study, $100 billion hydro-hydrogen and ammonia in the DR Congo, Egypt planning $4 billion green hydrogen project, AP Ventures leads investment in Amogy, full steam ahead for MS Green Ammonia, new blue ammonia plant in Canada and new engineering contracts signed for key blue ammonia projects.

Paper

Ammonia-based Clean Energy System with Ultra-High Energy Density

Amogy builds a novel carbon-free high energy density system using ammonia (NH3) as a fuel, with the targeted system-level energy densities of >1,000 Wh/kg (gravimetric) and >750 Wh/L (volumetric), respectively.  The solution consists of ammonia storage, a miniaturized fuel processor (or called reformer/reactor) and a fuel cell. With highly efficient catalysts operating at significantly low temperature and heat-integrated hybrid reactor, the innovative energy system is optimized for the mobility applications requiring sustainable and dynamic operations. This new energy system could enable the electrification of heavy ground/sea/air transportations, where current existing and emerging technologies, e.g., Li-ion battery or gaseous hydrogen (H2),…