Green Ammonia Production System | FuelPositive
  • FuelPositive (NHHH) is now accepting pre-sale orders for its onsite, containerized green ammonia production systems
  • The company expects initial customers be farmers, who will use the production systems to manufacture green ammonia on their farms
  • FuelPositive is a Canadian technology company committed to providing commercially viable and sustainable clean technology solutions
  • FuelPositive Corp. (NHHH) opened trading at C$0.21 per share

FuelPositive (NHHH) is now accepting pre-sale orders for its onsite, containerized green ammonia production systems.

The company expects initial customers be farmers, who will use the production systems to manufacture green ammonia on their farms. The green ammonia will be used as fertilizer and ultimately to power farm machinery, such as tractors and other farm vehicles, generators and grain drying systems.

Ian Clifford, CEO and Board Chair of FuelPositive, commented on the announcement.

“We consider opening for pre-sale orders to be an important step in our commercialization strategy. Pre-sales order volume is an accurate indicator of demand. Demand will drive a lot of our decisions, including our sales and operational planning, our near-term material and labour plans, and our long-term manufacturing capacity planning. Our production schedule and detailed order fulfillment plans will also be influenced by the volume of pre-sales.”

Support for farmers

FuelPositive is speaking with various levels of government to capitalize on clean tech adoption programs including accelerating depreciation and other tax incentives. These programs dramatically improve farmers’ return on investment timeframes. The company is also working with financial institutions to help them understand the nature of the new technology to get them ready to help farmers finance their system purchases.

In addition, FuelPositive is working on the development of an international standard of accreditation and guidelines for using green ammonia. These standards will have significant impact on the value of carbon credits around the world and will also help farmers to influence local governments to reward the use of green ammonia in their operations.

First pre-sale customer

Tracy and Curtis Hiebert, FuelPositive’s partners in its first demonstration system pilot project are being considered as the first pre-sales customer. They have committed to purchase a commercial system after the successful completion of the pilot project on their Manitoba crop farm. 

The base system will include a hydrogen separator, nitrogen extractor, ammonia converter, control system with remote monitoring capability, nominal ammonia storage, and basic installation package. Each customer will consider adding options and potential deductions from this base specification. The customization will include production system features, storage system design, installation and delivery.

The company announced an initial base system price of C$950,000 on August 4, 2022. However, the actual price paid by each customer will vary depending on the situation at each farm.

FuelPositive is a Canadian technology company committed to providing commercially viable and sustainable clean technology solutions. Its core technology is a modular and scalable green ammonia production system.

FuelPositive Corp. (NHHH) opened trading at C$0.21 per share.


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