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€14m AmmoRef project to explore more efficient ammonia cracking technology for industrial-scale hydrogen transport
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€14m AmmoRef project to explore more efficient ammonia cracking technology for industrial-scale hydrogen transport

A new €14m ($15.79m) project is aiming to develop ammonia cracking technology to ensure the successful and efficient transportation of industrial-scale hydrogen across the globe.

If successful, this would be a significant development for the global hydrogen value chain with vast amounts of hydrogen being capable of being transported across long distances through the conversion to ammonia at competitive rates.

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Committed to this project is Clariant Catalysts with the company now participating in the German TransHyDE project AmmoRef aiming to develop process technologies and catalysts for ammonia cracking to facilitate future transportation.

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