United States Project Notice - Next-Generation Ammonia System Integration Utilizing Intermittent Renewable Power

Project Notice

PNR 62331
Project Name Next-Generation Ammonia System Integration Utilizing Intermittent Renewable Power
Project Detail RTI International and its partners will develop a Technology Integration Platform (TIP) to demonstrate next-generation ammonia production from intermittent renewable energy in a skid-mounted, modular testbed that is responsive to locational marginal pricing of electricity. The project leverages the University of Minnesota West Central Research and Outreach Center’s operational hybrid wind and solar-to-ammonia field site to integrate the most promising breakthrough technologies developed in ARPA-E’s REFUEL program. The TIP aims to demonstrate a disruptive modular, flexible process to produce 1 metric ton of low-carbon ammonia per day. It can accommodate several downstream ammonia utilization technology demonstrations, including ammonia cracking, to produce hydrogen and power generation to further enable the vision and expand the markets for ammonia as an energy carrier. Potential Impact: Successful integration of ammonia synthesis technologies will:
Funded By Self-Funded
Sector Energy & Power
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value USD 12,629,999

Contact Information

Company Name RTI International
Address ARPA-E Program Director: Dr. Gregg Cremer Project Contact: Sameer Parvathikar Press and General Inquiries Email: ARPA-E-Comms@hq.doe.gov Project Contact Email: sparvathikar@rti.org
Web Site https://arpa-e.energy.gov/technologies/projects/next-generation-ammonia-system-integration-utilizing-intermittent-renewable

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