December 4, 2023

Uhde is responsible for engineering at the hydrogen and ammonia plant in Spain

Thyssenkrupp Uhde and Hive Energy Limited are working together to establish a green hydrogen and ammonia plant in Spain. (Photo: ThyssenKrupp Audi)

In early 2022, Thyssenkrupp Uhde prepared a comprehensive technical and economic study for an energy-to-ammonia conversion plant using its RHAMFS method. The prefeeding command was then implemented. Its main goal is to further develop the technical concept And start engineering activities for the facility. The pre-feed system is based on Uhde’s proprietary ammonia manufacturing technology, which was specifically developed to meet the special challenges of dynamic ammonia production. The company also supplies engineering for the process system. The pre-feed system enables Hive Energy to progress through the subsequent commercial and regulatory phases of project development.

An important step towards green ammonia

doctor. “At ThyssenKrupp Audi we are making an important contribution to the green transition,” said Cord Landesmann, CEO of ThyssenKrupp Audi. “With our new technologies and partnerships such as this one with Hive Energy Limited, we are laying the foundation for this pioneering green energy project. This is another important step towards production Sustainable and climate-friendly green ammonia.

“Hive’s mission is to deliver sustainable and clean technologies to reduce the impact of climate change,” said Shervin Zhang, Head of Hydrogen and Hybrid Energy at Hive Energy Limited. We look forward to developing this project with leading climate-conscious companies such as Thyssenkrupp Ohde to support the energy transition.

Hive Energy, headquartered in the UK, was founded in 2010 with the aim of participating in the expansion of PV in England. The company is now developing more than 28,000MW of renewable energy projects, which have so far generated more than £1.3 billion of investment in green energy projects, saving 788,947 tonnes of CO2 annually.

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