Haldor Topsoe and Nel to offer green ammonia and eMethanol solutions

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Topsoe is actively working on a number of programs to generate renewable hydrogen, green ammonia, eMethanol, and green fuels.

Topsoe supplied the world’s largest ammonia loop (1.2 million tons a year) to the Helios project in NEOM, Saudi Arabia, which was announced in July 2020.

“We are very pleased to take the next step in our excellent relation with Nel. Together, we can offer end-to-end renewable electricity to ammonia and methanol solutions based on the most reliable technologies available today. Driven by our vision to be recognized as the global leader in carbon emission reduction technologies by 2024, we are excited to offer innovative and attractive low-carbon solutions to our customers. This cooperation speaks directly to our customers’ needs as we see massive interest from the market requesting basic engineering, license, and process guarantee in one package,”

Amy Hebert, Chief Commercial Officer of Haldor Topsoe

“We are very excited to join forces with Haldor Topsoe, who offers world-leading ammonia and methanol technologies that can add tremendous value together with our electrolysis technologies. Our vision is all about ‘Empowering generations with clean energy forever’. We see much promise in adding the possibility of processing hydrogen into eMethanol™ and green ammonia which are widely regarded as important low-carbon fuels of the future,”

Jon André Løkke, CEO, Nel

“Our collaboration with Nel is very promising. As partners, we are already looking into concrete projects based on our end-to-end solutions,”

Fei Chen, Senior Vice President in Haldor Topsoe

Topsoe aims to provide license, engineering, proprietary hardware, catalyst, and technical support for its ammonia and eMethanol technologies, as well as device integration engineering, under the terms of the MOU. Nel plans to include its alkaline or PEM electrolysis process, as well as patented hardware and subsystem engineering.

Arnes Biogradlija
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