The energy loss associated with producing and distributing green hydrogen challenges providers in creating a fully sustainable solution. As part of the world’s largest green hydrogen project, NEOM in Saudi Arabia, Haldor Topsøe will covert hydrogen into ammonia to facilitate safe and reliable transport and storage of e-fuels.
Hydrogen is an important source for the green fuel that will power our future, but the energy loss associated with producing and distributing green hydrogen presents a clear challenge to the endeavour. In order to close the green solution loop, providers must innovate and create fully sustainable production model. Power-to–ammonia technology developed by the Danish company Haldor Topsøe has been selected to provide the world’s largest green hydrogen project with a solution.