Jupiter Ionics shortlisted in Government of Victoria startup awards for green ammonia research

Jupiter Ionics has been shortlisted in the Governor of Victoria Startup Awards, celebrating the State’s trailblazers to its $91bn start-up sector.

The Melbourne-based start-up was ranked in the Top 30 for the Best Newcomer category for its breakthrough work on green ammonia technology.

Ammonia is widely used as fertiliser and is essential in the global food system, but current technology typically generates around two tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) for every tonne of ammonia produced.

Jupiter Ionics’ technology, exclusively licensed from Monash University, uses renewable electricity, air, and water to make ammonia with potentially zero carbon emissions.

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