Yara accelerates the hydrogen economy in Brunsbüttel and Rostock, Germany

Yara International plans to modify its ammonia terminals in Germany to handle up to 3 million tons of ammonia, which can be converted into approximately 530,000 tons of hydrogen. This move aims to accelerate the hydrogen economy in Germany. Ammonia is not only used in fertilizers but also serves as a sustainable feedstock for various industries and applications, including transportation and power generation. Yara aims to increase its production of clean ammonia globally to meet the growing demand in Germany. Yara made this announcement during Vice-Chancellor Dr. Robert Habeck's visit to Norway.

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