Green ammonia from hydrogen can reduce CO₂ emissions in agriculture

Financial Times July 10, 2024, 06:00 AM UTC

Summary: Green ammonia, produced using renewable energy, can significantly reduce CO₂ emissions in agriculture and industries like shipping. However, high production costs hinder widespread adoption. The International Energy Agency estimates a substantial emission reduction potential by 2050. Yara's recent green hydrogen plant in Norway is a step forward, but scalability and cost-effectiveness remain key challenges. Energy and fertiliser companies, along with venture capital, are investing in this promising technology.

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