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.