Proton Ventures member of VoltaChem Community
Proton Ventures is now member of the Shared Innovation Program VoltaChem.
Bob Weehuizen, Project Engineer, about this membership: “Proton Ventures is already many years active in promoting the decentral production of ammonia. Due to large amounts of renewable energy the need for storage of energy will increase largely the coming years. Also there is a need for more carbon free fuels. Electrolysis of water and then making ammonia of the produced hydrogen is a good solution for these challenges. VoltaChem supports the electrification of the chemical industry and can help Proton Ventures to achieve its goals.”
VoltaChem is a business-driven Shared Innovation Program that connects the electricity sector to the chemical industry. New technologies are developed and implemented that focus on the conversion of renewable energy to heat, hydrogen and chemicals.
Storing renewable energy as ammonia
Stainless Steel World has published an article on our Power to Ammonia project.
About Power to Ammonia:
The research of Nuon and TU Delft is a part of the project ‘Power to Ammonia’, wherein the Institute for Sustainable Process Technology (ISPT) has brought together many different parties to perform research and share knowledge. Power to Ammonia is a partnership of ISPT, Stedin Infradiensten, Nuon, ECN, Technische Universiteit Delft, Universiteit Twente, Proton Ventures, OCI Nitrogen, CE Delft and AkzoNobel.
Read the complete article: Storing renewable energy as ammonia
Proton Ventures celebrates 15th anniversary
May 1st we celebrated the 15th anniversary of Proton Ventures. On Tuesday May 12 we had a party with almost all of our colleagues and some other friends of Proton.
After a welcome with a toast and some bites, it was time to lighten up the BBQ. The weather was perfect, so we could chill on the terrace until late.
We are looking back on a successful evening in Ibiza-style at Breezze in Brielle. Let’s go to the next 15 years of Proton Ventures!