$13M awarded for world’s first industrial dynamic green ammonia demo plant

June 27, 2021 |

In Denmark, the Danish Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP) awarded 81 million DKK (app. EUR11 million or USD$13 million) to the green ammonia project managed by the three partners Skovgaard Invest, Vestas, and Haldor Topsoe. The plant is expected to be operational by 2023, making it the world’s first green ammonia plant of its kind.

The project aims at building a 10 MW green ammonia plant directly coupled to local wind and solar power generation.

The green ammonia plant, which will be built by Skovgaard Invest, Vestas and Topsoe, will be state of the art and the world’s first so-called dynamic green ammonia plant. The dynamic approach entails that the clean power from wind turbines and solar panels will be connected directly to the electrolysis unit making it more cost-effective than if involving a battery or hydrogen storage.

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