The consortium is composed of four partners from three European countries (Italy, Germany, Sweden).
Responsible for 3D nanostructured catalysts, with extremely low amount of noble metals or with earth abundant materials, for both ammonia synthesis and oxidation.
Responsible for the design and building of the direct ammonia fuel cell (DAFC) and for multi-physics simulation models. HZB will also perform the life cycle assessment.
Responsible for design and building of the ammonia generation cell and for setting up the demonstrator of the full ammonia cycle, powered by renewable energy sources.
Responsible for the development of new catalysts for the NH3 synthesis and the DAFC. UU also performs in operando spectroscopy and atomic scale modeling (DFT).
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement No 101006941.