Norwegian ammonia producer Yara International has announced intentions to speed up the German hydrogen economy, with plans to modify existing ammonia terminals to handle over 500,000 tonnes of hydrogen.
Yara has said the potential German terminal modifications could see it handling up to three million tonnes of ammonia, which it added would equate to around 530,000 tonnes of hydrogen.
It comes as the company has revealed plans to produce clean ammonia globally. Notably, ENGIE took the final investment decision (FID) to develop an industrial-scale renewable hydrogen project in Australia to supply a Yara ammonia plant.
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