... what garden fertilizer and nylon pantyhose have in common?
Both need ammonia. To produce green ammonia, we use high-temperature electrolysis, which requires up to 10 % less energy than low-temperature electrolysis.
In addition to high-temperature electrolysis for the production of green ammonia, we are also working on an electrochemical ammonia synthesis route. Here, a direct conversion of atmospheric nitrogen and water with a high efficiency is possible.
In the field of alkaline and AEM water electrolysis for the production of green hydrogen, we set new trends on the materials and components side and support the market ramp-up with development services.
For green industrial processes, we provide support along the entire process chain, from process engineering design, through unique core components, to modular, integration-capable overall systems.
At our new site in Freiberg, we want to combine chemical processes for carbon recycling such as pyrolysis or gasification with electrochemical conversion processes or synthesis processes. This will enable us to provide new raw material and energy resources for a green industry.