Approximately 80% of all ammonia produced is consumed in agriculture as fertilizer. Foods grown with ammonia-based nitrate fertilizers feed about one half of the world’s population. Ammonia is a critical component in the production of fertilizers. The Haber-Bosch process, the antiquated method in which ammonia is currently produced, requires fossil fuels and creates nearly two tons of CO2 for every ton of ammonia it creates.
Our process can tap into renewable energy to create virtually no emissions in the production of ammonia.