Ammonia is an underestimated compound and has already proved its versatility as a fertilizer in the past.
Recent research has identified other potential uses.

Possible application fields of Ammonia

Today, the world faces a new challenge – the climate change. In the long term, new environment-friendly ways for generating energy must be found. Ammonia could be utilized by capturing, storing, and shipping hydrogen for use in emission-free fuel cells and turbines. The direct combustion of ammonia in power plants and marine engines is also being pursued.
This could be an alternative to current energy production methods. The development of “green” ammonia from hydrogen has begun.



Some companies have already invested in this idea. However, development and optimization are time-consuming and cost-intensive. Whether Ammonia can establish itself as an alternative in the long term will be decided by the market.