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Amogy and Plastic 2 Green partner to pioneer ammonia energy solutions

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Global Hydrogen Review,

Amogy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Plastic 2 Green Inc. (P2G), a company that transforms co-mingled waste plastic into profitable, zero-carbon ammonia.

Together, they will explore the integration of Amogy’s ammonia-to-electrical power system as a backup/supplementary power source for P2G’s green ammonia manufacturing facilities. This alliance underscores both companies' commitment to advancing ammonia as a next-generation, carbon-free energy solution.

Amogy has developed an innovative ammonia-to-electrical power system that splits, or 'cracks', liquid ammonia into its base elements of hydrogen and nitrogen, which then funnels the hydrogen into a fuel cell, generating high-performance power. Complementing this innovation, P2G uses a patented ElectroThermal Dissociation™ process to transform unrecyclable plastic waste into 'Emerald Ammonia™' at the lowest cost. This partnership serves as a key example for the potential of a circular economy, showcasing how collaborations between compatible companies can drive sustainable progress.

Additionally, Amogy and P2G are committed to exploring further avenues of cooperation, including leveraging P2G's Emerald Ammonia™ with Amogy's technology. The companies will also seek advocacy and outreach opportunities aimed at promoting the production and utilisation of ammonia as a carbon-free fuel for power generation and transportation.

'Partnering with Plastic 2 Green is a natural fit for Amogy,' said Seonghoon Woo, CEO at Amogy. 'Together, we're tapping into the circular economy's potential to propel ammonia as a fuel and spearhead ammonia energy integration. We look forward to working with P2G to demonstrate the power of innovation and collaboration in shaping a more resilient and sustainable energy landscape.'

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