Green ammonia is a type of ammonia that is produced using renewable energy sources rather than fossil fuels. Ammonia is an important chemical that is used in a wide range of applications, including fertilizers, cleaning products, and industrial processes. Traditionally, ammonia has been produced using natural gas as a feedstock, which has contributed to greenhouse gas emissions. Green ammonia, on the other hand, is produced using renewable energy sources such as solar or wind power to generate the electricity needed for the production process. This can help to reduce the carbon footprint of ammonia production and make it a more sustainable option. In addition, green ammonia can also be used as a clean energy carrier, storing excess renewable energy for use when it is needed. This can help to make the electricity grid more stable and reliable and can help to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.
How is it different?
The novel construction of our Haber-Bosch ammonia chambers and catalysts can produce 99.98% pure liquid ammonia