Ammonia. The green fuel.


The contribution of renewable energy sources to the production of green electricity is well known. The difficulty in storing the electricity produced however handicaps them faced with fossil fuels that may be stored in solid or liquid form but with CO2 emissions.

These fuels could be replaced by green ammonia.

Currently used as fertilizer, ammonia (NH3) is also a fuel that can be stored in liquid form. Its combustion only releases nitrogen and water into the atmosphere, i.e. the only raw materials with electricity that are required for its production.

Its use as a replacement for fossil fuels would allow the planet's energy targets to be met, provided a temporary subsidy is awarded.

Probatex believes that Ammonia will play a major role in the Energy transition. Our first NH3 fuel feasybility report demonstrate that Ammonia is already a competitive green fuel.

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Usefull links:

- The NH3 Fuel Association :