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Electrolytic hydrogen-based produced with variable renewables (ammonia)


Technology Description

Ammonia production involves combining nitrogen with hydrogen in the Haber-Bosch process. While the conventional method produces the hydrogen via steam methane reforming, this process produces the hydrogen through electrolysis. While applied in the past using large-scale hydro-electricity, a key remaining challenge will be the apply the process using variable renewable energy sources.

Relevance for Net Zero

If using renewable electricity, this process route would avoid the generation of CO2 emissions in ammonia production.

Key Countries

Spain, Norway, Netherlands, Australia, United States, Chile, New Zealand, Denmark, Trinidad and Tobago, Fermany, Oman, Morocco

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