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Amogy and Infinium partnering to explore ammonia and eFuels solutions

Amogy, a developer of ammonia power solutions (earlier post), and leading eFuels provider Infinium (earlier post) have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to explore opportunities to integrate their technologies and develop commercial applications across the ammonia and eFuels value chain.

To accelerate the decarbonization of heavy industry sectors, the companies jointly will study and identify the most suitable applications to deploy their ammonia and eFuels solutions. A key focus of this collaboration is the potential integration of Amogy’s ammonia-cracking technology to provide low-cost, accessible green hydrogen feedstock for the production of Infinium’s eFuels.

Infinium eFuels, also known as electrofuels or Power-to-X, are made from green hydrogen and wasteCO2 in a proprietary process. Amogy’s ammonia-cracking technology leverages its catalyst materials to crack ammonia into hydrogen and nitrogen at lower reaction temperatures with high durability, reducing heating and maintenance requirements.

Upon identifying promising applications, Amogy and Infinium will initiate strategic pilot programs, showcasing tangible and scalable implementations of their clean technology solutions. The partnership also entails the evaluation of additional opportunities for collaboration within the ammonia and eFuels spaces, with a focus on the development of commercial use cases.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has invested in both Infinium and Amogy and is working with Infinium on an eFuels project in Japan.

Decarbonizing heavy industries requires numerous approaches that can concurrently and collaboratively help mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. We are excited to see how Amogy’s emission-free, energy-dense ammonia and Infinium’s proprietary eFuels production process might be aligned to overcome challenges and accelerate the global availability of commercial decarbonization solutions.

—Ricky Sakai, Senior Vice President of New Business Development at MHI


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