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Yara Clean Ammonia & AM Green Agree for India Renewable Ammonia

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Anamika Talwaria

Editor & Head of Content for Tank Storage Magazine & StocExpo and Chair of Women in Tanks.
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Yara Clean Ammonia and Greenko ZeroC have signed a term sheet for teh supply of renewable ammonia from Phase 1 of AM Green’s ammonia production facility in Kakinada, India. The agreement covers the long-term supply of up to 50% of renewable ammonia from Phase 1 of AM Green’s ammonia production facility. The plant will produce, and export renewable ammonia derived from carbon-free energy by 2027.

Renewable ammonia and other sustainable fuels from AM Green’s platform, will be compliant with EU RFNBO and Renewable Energy Directive requirements. For Yara Clean Ammonia, the renewable ammonia supply will contribute to produce low-emission fertiliser and for decarbonising other industries like shipping, power, and other industries.

Mr. Mahesh Kolli, President of AM Green says: ‘We are delighted to partner with Yara Clean Ammonia to propel the transformation of various industries and several OECD economies. Continuous focus on innovation combined with execution reinforces AM Green’s leadership position as a global clean energy transition solutions platform for low-cost green molecules such as hydrogen, ammonia, fuels and other chemicals.’

Mr. Hans Olav Raen, CEO of Yara Clean Ammonia adds: ‘The AM Green Kakinada project expands our portfolio of ammonia produced with renewable energy and consolidates Yara Clean Ammonia’s position as a reliable supplier of low-emission ammonia to established and emerging markets like fertilizer production, cracking of clean ammonia to hydrogen, shipping fuel, power generation, and other industrial applications.’

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