The next evolutionary

step of sustainable

ammonia.

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Patent pending lithium- mediated ammonia synthesis process.

The final system will only require air, water, and green electricity to synthesize sustainable and decentral ammonia directly at the point-of-use.



The container-sized units can stand at the farm, greenhouse, or facility generating the necessary ammonia by demand. The technology is easily scalable to fit the needs of any farm.

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Changing the future, one field at a time.

We’re based on 7 years of academic research

The idea started at the Technical University of Denmark in 2017, and is supported by numerous high-impact peer-reviewed publications in Nature, Science, and more.
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A team of visionaries, scientists, makers and doers

Our CEO and CTO discovered and pioneered the ammonia synthesis process, envisioning a world where decentralized and sustainable ammonia is available to all.  
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Empowering farmers, all over the world

The Nitrolyzer unit gives farmers all over the world control over their own production of nitrogen-based fertilizers, and thereby resiliency towards supply chain disruptions.

How our tech works

How to make fertilizer from only water, air and green electricity.
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Innovative science

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“The way ammonia is made today emits around 1.5% of our global CO2 emissions - This is a problem

Suzanne Zamany Andersen, Ph.D. Phys. Eng.
CEO/Founder, NitroVolt

Frequently
asked questions.

What is ammonia?
What is ammonia?
Ammonia consists of one nitrogen and three hydrogen molecules, and is one of the most commonly produced chemicals in the world.
What is ammonia used for?
What is ammonia used for?
Roughly 80% of all produced ammonia is used for fertilizer. The rest is used as refrigerant gas, waste water purification, the manufacture of plastics, explosives, textiles, pesticides, dyes and many other chemicals.
What is the difference of grey and green ammonia?
What is the difference of grey and green ammonia?
Grey ammonia is produced via the use of fossil fuels, and today leads to about 1.5% of our global greenhouse gas emissions. Green ammonia must be produced using renewable electricity and non-fossil fuel containing inputs.
What sort of ammonia does NitroVolt produce?
What sort of ammonia does NitroVolt produce?
Our Nitrolyzer system produces green ammonia, using just air, water and renewable electricity. There is no CO2 emitted during the production process of our decentralized ammonia.
Is the Nitrolyzer only for agriculture and farming?
Is the Nitrolyzer only for agriculture and farming?
Our Nitrolyzer system can be used for any processes and systems that require ammonia on-site in amounts between 150-1000 kg per day.
What sustainable development goals do you aim to fulfill?
What sustainable development goals do you aim to fulfill?
NitroVolt aims to fulfill the UN sustainable development goals of 2) zero hunger, 12) responsible production and consumption, and 13) climate action.
Is the NitroVolt technology patented?
What sustainable development goals do you aim to fulfill?
The Nitrolyzer is supported by 3 pending patents covering the inputs, operation, and flow-cell design and catalysts.

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