Danish tie-up to test nuclear ammonia plant in Indonesia

Ammonia plant
While traditional ammonia plants are powered by coal and use natural gas as the main input, the Bontang plant aims to produce low-carbon hydrogen to convert into low-carbon ammonia (Photo: Saoirse2010/Envato)

A consortium led by Copenhagen Atomics has proposed a $4bn project that aims to create the world’s cheapest low-carbon ammonia.

A $4bn agreement to build a nuclear-powered ammonia plant in Indonesia is shaping up as a crucial test for a Danish start-up that claims its technology can produce the cheapest form of ...

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