EverWind Fuels advances with first phase of Nova Scotia green ammonia project


EverWind Fuels has completed the initial engineering and design work for the first phase of its Canadian project, which aims to convert green hydrogen to green ammonia in Point Tupper, Nova Scotia.

The North American company today (9th April) said the milestone was made up of over 110,000 ours of engineering and was completed with the help of Black & Veatch.

Once operational, the first phase of the project is expected to produce around 240,000 tonnes per annum of green ammonia. First production is expected in 2026, with construction on track to begin later this year.

This goal will be realised through the application of proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolysers and advanced ammonia synthesis technology. These methods will transform water sourced from Landrie Lake, along with energy predominantly harnessed from wind farms, into green hydrogen and green ammonia.

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