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OzAmmonia Technology

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Pioneered by UNSW world-leading researchers, OzAmmonia technology features a unique and high-performance electrolytic cell, designed and engineered for maximum efficiency, durability and stability for green ammonia production.

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Waste to green ammonia

Production pathway

OzAmmonia can close the NOx cycle by converting low concentrations of NOx into green ammonia.

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Air to
green ammonia

Production pathway

By integrating an air oxidation system and a patented multiphase electrolyser powered by renewable energy, OzAmmonia can convert air to green ammonia.

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More than just ammonia production

OzAmmonia is more than just ammonia production. We treat waste NOx while producing green ammonia.

Carbon neutral

In contrast to the conventional Haber-Bosch process, OzAmmonia produces ammonia with zero carbon emissions, aligning seamlessly with the global net-zero plan.

Efficient

Compared to the current energy-intensive and inefficient NOx treatment methods, OzAmmonia operates at room temperature and does not require any additional reagent supply.

Scalable & decentralised

Our technology is scalable to meet your specific requirements. Additionally, OzAmmonia operates on a decentralised model, allowing it to integrate seamlessly with renewable energy sources.

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Partners

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Unlocking Opportunities Together

Collaborate with us to combat climate change, reduce carbon footprint, promote sustainable energy sources, and drive the circular economy. Together, we deliver efficient, sustainable solutions for ammonia production, contributing to a greener futureContact us to learn more.

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OzAmmonia

Tyree Energy Building
The University of New South Wales
Sydney NSW 2052
AUSTRALIA 

partcat@unsw.edu.au

OzAmmonia acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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