GenCell Energy, an Israel-based manufacturer of fuel cell energy solutions, has become a Silver Member of the Ammonia Energy Association (AEA).
Launched in 2004, the AEA is a global industry association that promotes the responsible use of ammonia in the sustainable energy economy.
GenCell has developed an ammonia cracker which extracts hydrogen from liquid ammonia to drive efficient power generation by means of its alkaline fuel cells, which can replace diesel generators.
Through its participation in AEA, GenCell will engage in global communication and collaboration among industry, academia, government, and NGOs to share and realise the benefits and use cases where its technologies can provide value.
Rami Reshef, CEO of GenCell, said, “GenCell is proud to become a part of the AEA that is establishing credibility for ammonia to energy technologies across the broader global energy economy that can achieve bold decarbonisation targets across regions and industry sectors.”
“We expect that our membership in the AEA will enable us to share our knowledge across the industry and actively participate in projects where our technologies can be leveraged most effectively.”
Trevor Brown, Executive Director of AEA, said, “The Ammonia Energy Association is delighted to welcome GenCell to its membership and we look forward to working closely with its truly innovative team.”
“The urgency of decarbonisation is increasingly clear, and GenCell’s technology for ammonia-fed fuel cells represents a near-term solution for a very hard-to-abate application: remote and back-up power, supplied today around the world by the diesel gen-set.”