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Carbon-Free Ammonia: The Enabler

Fuel For A Mindful World
The ammonia industry began a century ago as a solution to a global food crisis. One part nitrogen and three parts hydrogen, traditional ammonia was used as a fertilizer, re-introducing necessary nitrogen to nitrogen-depleted fields for growing crops.

While it continues to serve as a vital fertilizer, green ammonia is now being considered a key factor in our fight against climate change. Instead of the nitrogen portion of the molecule being prized as it was in the past, it is now green ammonia’s ability to capture, store and ship hydrogen that is exciting – making the hydrogen economy possible in the near future.