Magnum-plant runs in future on ammonia
The Magnum-plant of Nuon in the Eemshaven (The Netherlands) can run on different fuels, but decided to drop of coals. The intention is that this gas powered plant will run within 10 years on ammonia.
Together with TU Delft, Nuon is researching the possibilities to convert sustainable energy to ammonia. The results will be presented by the end of this year. This research is part of the project “Power to Ammonia”, what for the Institute for Sustainable Process Technology (ISPT) collaborates with Stedin Infradiensten, Nuon, ECN, TU Delft, Universiteit Twente, Proton Ventures, OCI Nitrogen, CE Delft and AkzoNobel.
Read the article (Dutch) on ensoc.nl.
Review Energy Storage 2016
Proton Ventures was present at the Energy Storage in Düsseldorf from 15 – 17 March 2016. More than 3,000 visitors from 54 countries attended this year’s trade fair. We welcomed a lot of people at our stand to explain how we produce ammonia out of renewable electricity sources.
Take a quick view at the pictures that we made at our Google+ account.
Read the press release of The Energy Storage.
New office Proton Ventures BV
As of February 1st Proton Ventures has moved to a new office. Our new contact details are:
Proton Ventures BV
Karel Doormanweg 5
3115 JD Schiedam
Our office is located near the highway A4
and metro station Schiedam Vijfsluizen.