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Oxford Green Ammonia Technology

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Journal Paper Published: "Quantifying network flexibility requirements in terms of energy storage"

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Journal Paper Published: "Ammonia to Power: Forecasting the Levelized Cost of Electricity from Green Ammonia in Large-scale Power Plants"

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“India's Green Ammonia Opportunity” workshop (9-11 November 2020) in partnership with CEEW

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Book published: Techno-Economic Challenges of Green Ammonia as an Energy Vector

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Journal Paper Published: Forecasting green ammonia production cost around the world

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GCRF Grant Awarded: Green Ammonia in India

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Oxford Green Ammonia TEchnology (OXGATE)

The Oxford Green Ammonia TEchnology (OXGATE) research group is a collaboration between Chemistry and Engineering Science at the University of Oxford. Our work includes catalyst development, prototyping, process design, and energy systems modelling related to green hydrogen and ammonia. The group is led by Professor SC Edman Tsang (Chemistry) and Professor René Bañares-Alcántara (Engineering).

Our research touches the full range of innovation - from lab bench to business collaboration.

WE RESEARCH SCALABLE SOLUTIONS FOR A CARBON-FREE WORLD.