Low-charge ammonia technology is taking off around the globe as stricter regulatory guidelines in regions like the US open the door for reduced-charge systems. In this series ammonia21.com takes a look at the growing market for low-charge technology in Australia.
“We have just received firm orders for two more; we are currently signing a contract for a job in China and we have verbals for two (perhaps three) more in Australia,” says the company’s managing director, Stefan Jensen.
“Around 3,000-5,000 are candidates for low-charge NH3 and they all stand to save 40-70% on their power bills if they convert,” Jensen says. “These systems will all range in capital cost from $0.5 to $2 million and all conversions will need to be completed over the next two decades. This gives you an idea of market size just in that sector.”
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