Topsoe tech chosen for ammonia-to-hydrogen project in South Korea

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  • Topsoe A/S has signed an engineering agreement with Approtium to convert low-carbon ammonia into hydrogen using its H2RETAKE technology.
  • The project, located in Ulsan, South Korea, aims to produce 75,000 metric tons of low-carbon hydrogen annually starting in 2027.

Topsoe, a global leader in carbon emission reduction technologies, will deliver its ammonia cracking technology, H2RETAKE, to Approtium’s project in Ulsan, South Korea. The facility is expected to produce 75,000 metric tons of hydrogen annually to meet the country’s growing need for clean energy sources. This project aligns with South Korea’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40% in 2030 compared to 2018 levels.

Elena Scaltritti, Chief Commercial Officer at Topsoe, expressed excitement about the project and highlighted the importance of innovative technology in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. Approtium’s CEO, James Kim, emphasized the collaboration’s role in providing clean hydrogen to clients and supporting Korea’s carbon neutrality objectives.

Overall, this partnership between Topsoe and Approtium represents a significant step towards sustainable energy production and decarbonization efforts in South Korea.

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