ReMo Energy Launches Green Nitrogen Fertilizer Made Using Renewable Energy

Highlights :

  • ReMo says that distributed approach decarbonizes and also secures supply to farmers
  • Made from just air, water, and cheap renewable energy, the green ammonia from ReMo Energy allows growers to source critical nitrogen from a local producer.

ReMo Energy has announced the launch of its first commercial product, a nitrogen fertilizer that addresses the combined challenges of high fertilizer costs and climate change. ReMo Energy has been founded to make fossil-based chemicals from renewable energy.

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Solar and wind resources are the lowest marginal cost sources of electricity in most of the world today. The dropping costs and near universal availability of wind and solar resources have created an opportunity for the world to synthesize high-volume commodities at competitive prices without carbon emissions.

ReMo Energy claims that its technology allows production of nitrogen fertilizers and other materials right where they are needed directly from local energy sources. The first commercial product of ReMo is ammonia which is the building block for nitrogen fertilizers. Made from just air, water, and cheap renewable energy, the green ammonia from ReMo Energy allows growers to source critical nitrogen from a local producer.

ReMo Energy says that nitrogen has always been critical, but today’s geopolitical situation has made the situation dire, as Nitrogen fertiliser costs have spiked due to higher fossil fuel prices. This could lead to a drop in usage, and a consequent fall in crop yields. SOmething that is already happening in many parts of the developing world.

Scott Rackey, CEO and Co-Founder, ReMo Energy, said, “With this technology, we are not only tackling decarbonization, but we are also helping to shorten agricultural supply chains and ensure farmers everywhere can nourish the world without being at the mercy of uncertain fertilizer supply. Most importantly, we’re ready to go now. The technology is proven, and the economics already work – even before these wild price spikes.”

Rackey added, “The extreme volatility in nitrogen fertilizer prices over the last several years have shown the need for a local distributed approach. ReMo Energy believes it is possible to transform the production of chemicals and materials in a way that solves for both climate change and food security.”

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