Nel and Yara collaborate to produce carbon free hydrogen for fertiliser production

Nel ASA and Yara International have today signed a collaboration agreement confirming their shared ambition of developing clean hydrogen to realise low carbon footprint fertiliser production.

The project is based on Nel’s development of new water electrolyser technology that will be tested at Yara’s existing plant in Porsgrunn, Norway.

The goal is to produce hydrogen from renewable sources to be fed into Yara’s existing ammonia plant, which will either be used in fertiliser production or used as green ammonia.

Jon André Løkke, CEO of Nel, explained, “The project is leveraging on the development of our next-generation pressurised alkaline electrolyser, which is being designed for larger capacity, lower cost and even more operational flexibility than our current generation electrolysers.”

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