KBR to supply ammonia cracking unit for South Korean hydrogen power plant project

US-based engineering firm KBR’s hydrogen technology has been selected by Hanwha Impact Corporation to make up part of its commercial ammonia cracking unit in Daesan, South Korea.

Under a license and engineering design contract, KBR will supply its H2ACT™ technology make up the ammonia cracking unit to convert the carrier back into hydrogen before use in a planned power plant.

The unit, planned to deliver over 200 tonnes of clean hydrogen per day, is hoped to pave the way for large-scale sustainable hydrogen utilisation in the country.

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