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Green Hydrogen Mongolia

The first dynamic green ammonia plant in Baotou, Inner Mongolia China to power by Topsoe Technology

Topsoe, a leading provider of green ammonia technology and carbon emission reduction solutions, has been chosen by Mintal Hydrogen Energy Technology (Mintal Hydrogen) to provide technology for a new green ammonia plant in Baotou, Inner Mongolia, China. The plant will be the first dynamic green ammonia plant in China, with a capacity of 1800 tons per day and an expected start of production in 2025.

The green ammonia produced at the plant will replace approximately 850,000 tons of coal and help reduce over 2 million tons of CO2 emissions annually. Topsoe’s dynamic ammonia technology will be utilized to optimize production and adapt to fluctuations in power output from wind turbines. The clean power from wind turbines will be connected directly to the electrolysis unit, making the process more cost-effective than hydrogen storage.

The plant will be built in Baotou, Inner Mongolia, which is rich in wind energy resources. Mintal Hydrogen estimates that the area’s wind resources have the potential to be developed into a total output capacity of 150 gigawatts, which corresponds to 40% of the available wind energy resources in China.

Mintal Hydrogen is a subsidiary of Mintal Group, an advanced high carbon ferrochrome producer in China. Topsoe, headquartered in Denmark, is a global developer and supplier of decarbonization technology, catalysts, and services for the energy transition. Their mission is to combat climate change by helping partners and customers achieve decarbonization and emission-reduction targets.

Overall this project is a major step forward in China’s move to a greener economy, with the green ammonia plant providing a sustainable and carbon-neutral alternative to fossil fuels.


Everfuel Signs Agreement for Oxygen Supply from HySynergy 2.0 Electrolysis Facility

Herning, Denmark-based company Everfuel has signed a conditional agreement with an undisclosed partner for the supply of oxygen produced through electrolysis at its HySynergy 2.0 facility in Fredericia, Denmark. The deal, which is dependent on the undisclosed partner’s final investment decision for the construction of a process facility adjacent to HySynergy and Everfuel’s decision to progress HySynergy 2.0, will improve the overall utilization and efficiency of the facility and provide a long-term revenue stream for Everfuel. Oxygen and surplus heat are both byproducts of green hydrogen production through electrolysis, and this agreement will allow Everfuel to utilize all primary products from the process: hydrogen, oxygen, and surplus heat. The long-term contract includes payment for a capacity reservation of oxygen and a recurring payment for the oxygen supply, and Everfuel expects a minimum revenue of EUR 1 million per year once the agreement is fully implemented, with no expected additional cost to the company.

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