A green ammonia plant with a capacity of 300 tonnes per day could be underway in Northern Germany. Chemical and catalysis firm Haldor Topsøe has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with US investment company Aquamarine, intending to establish a facility with an electrolysis capacity of 100 MW by 2024.
The plant, which is to utilize Topsøe's SOEC technology, is thought of as the first stage in a large-scale project that will produce green fuel for the shipping industry. The US firm handles development of and permit applications for the project, whose execution is yet pending a final investment decision.
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