Hydrogen Ammonia

Ammonia and hydrogen are attractive sustainable energy carriers that provide efficient, long-lasting, high-capacity energy storage options. These adaptable materials are used in various contexts, including commercial, industrial, and residential ones. They are used as fuel for vehicles and for the production of electricity.

Ammonia (NH3) and hydrogen (H2) are both desirable as clean energy carriers, expanding their applications to include energy storage. “Green hydrogen” refers to hydrogen produced by electrolysis using energy from renewable sources, such as geothermal, solar, or wind power. This process is the most widely used and ecologically friendly way to produce hydrogen available today. In the meantime, “Green Ammonia” is the process of generating ammonia by mixing nitrogen that is obtained by air separation with hydrogen, as previously mentioned. Ammonia is especially well suited for long-distance energy delivery due to its high energy density.