As the energy transition is picking up pace, hydrogen is expected to play an essential role in the electrification of new applications, and green ammonia is necessary for the emerging hydrogen economy. The hydrogen economy is expected to grow tremendously around the globe in the coming decade.
As an example, the European Commission aims to make the EU a leader in the use of hydrogen and green ammonia. The EU has set the strategic objective to install at least 40 GW of renewable hydrogen electrolysers by 2030. Similar growth targets, including the explicit mention of ammonia, are now introduced on a weekly basis around the world.
Ammonia is often considered the ‘alternative hydrogen’ fuel and is anticipated to play a significant role as we move towards zero-carbon. Green ammonia can be made clean and sustainable and can be used for transport, heating, energy storage, and all sorts of energy use.
This course acts as a practical guide to explore the opportunities when creating a new infrastructure around the green and blue ammonia supply chain. Companies and professionals can reap the maximum benefits from the early opportunities presented when engaging in developing low or zero-emission ammonia projects.
Join our trainer Charley Rattan on this journey towards a low or zero-carbon energy system, and explore the early opportunities of this new energy system where hydrogen and green ammonia play an increasingly important role.
Charley Rattan is an international hydrogen expert with over 25 years of insider experience in renewable energy.
Charley is a trusted, strategic advisor to global energy companies and has provided hydrogen and green ammonia training and consultancy to crucial stakeholders worldwide, including governments, major energy companies, and world organisations such as the United Nations.
With a track record of successful project delivery, Charley has trained and inspired professionals worldwide, marking the early opportunities in this innovative and quickly emerging industry.
Green Ammonia Foundation
- Introduction to CO2 Emissions, Ammonia and the Net Zero Goals
- Ammonia fuel as a Renewable Energy
- Ammonia Production Process, Technologies, and Facilities
- Water Electrolysis and Methane Pyrolysis
- Green or Blue Hydrogen: Pros and Cons
- Current Ammonia Supply Chain (End-to-end)
- Ammonia Usages
Principles for Decarbonizing Energy Systems with Ammonia
- Transport of Hydrogen through Ammonia
- Marine Zero-Carbon Fuel
- Long Term Storage of Renewable Energy