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Novel non-combustion ammonia cracking reactor to be established in South Korea
© Syzygy, Lotte, SCOA
Novel non-combustion ammonia cracking reactor to be established in South Korea
© Syzygy, Lotte, SCOA

Novel non-combustion ammonia cracking reactor to be established in South Korea

A ‘fully electric chemical reactor’ to produce clean hydrogen is set to be developed in South Korea following a new joint development agreement between Syzygy Plasmonics, Lotte Chemical, Lotte Fine Chemical, and Sumitomo Corporation of Americas (SCOA).

The novel technology will be used to extract hydrogen from Lotte Chemical’s planned imports of green ammonia, generating an estimated 1.2 million tonnes of hydrogen per year, domestically by 2030.

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