Decarbonising AMMONIA production. Could a revolutionary new process be the key?
Ammonia is produced in large volumes each year and is in constant use in industries like agriculture, petrochemicals and pharmaceuticals. But it also has great potential as a fuel source, if only a way could be found to produce it without the huge carbon dioxide emissions it currently creates. Now a team at Monash University say they’ve found an economically viable way to do just that.