UK Government funded green ammonia projects hopes to improve hydrogen distribution

Supercritical Solutions have announced today (May 19), that it will lead a green ammonia project, funded by the UK Government that hopes to improve green hydrogen storage and distribution.

The GreenNH3 project in partnership with ScottishPower and ProtonVentures has secured approximately £146,000 ($181,000), from the Department for Business Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), for Phase One of the project.

Powered by renewable energy, Supercritical’s proprietary high-pressure electrolyser, hydrogen will be delivered without the need for gas compressors. Proton Ventures’ NFuel unit will then use the green hydrogen to combine it will nitrogen to produce ammonia.

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