Ammonia is one of those chemicals that you’ve probably heard of, but may not know how it’s used. Another thing you may not be aware of is that global ammonia market is projected to be worth over $81 billion by 2027, and AmmPower are perfectly placed to benefit from this.
Ammonia is central to the green energy puzzle and AmmPower’s proprietary technology will revolutionize how it is produced, stored and transported. As a result, their modular, scalable and stackable units can impact everything from agriculture to manufacturing and shipping.
Across the globe, billions are being invested into the green ammonia concept, proving that it works, and that demand is real. As a result, AmmPower projects it will achieve operating profits of 23% within the coming year, stretching above 30% profit margins by 2026.
In this exclusive video, we break down everything you need to know, including our ‘six reasons to invest’. And, if that doesn’t whet your appetite enough, keep scrolling for more information, insight & analysis into this green energy player.
Green ammonia: good for the planet and your portfolio
As we change to a greener world, alternative fuel sources become more important. Take lithium-ion batteries for example, great at powering our electric vehicles, but they lack the power to fuel anything much bigger.
However, ammonia contains 9x the energy of a lithium-ion battery, meaning it can power a much wider range of industries. Whether it’s an individual farmer, or a major distribution hub, Ammonia has the ability to keep vital industries operating in a more sustainable way.
Ammonia also supports an ever-growing global push for a hydrogen economy. That’s because, thanks to its tighter molecular makeup, it’s possible to carry more hydrogen as ammonia than as liquid hydrogen, making it a far more efficient way to transport hydrogen.
This is what makes AmmPower such an exciting prospect for savvy investors looking for the next big thing in renewables. Their proprietary technology can seamlessly be plugged into these massive, global projects, making the potential for growth exponential.
What else do you need to know?
As an investor, you want to feel confident in a company’s management team when looking to invest in an early-stage project. Well, AmmPower’s laser-focused leadership team is the perfect blend of knowledge and experience from across the scientific and business world.
This is an incredible opportunity in a burgeoning market that is ripe for exponential growth. So, make sure you don’t miss out on the chance to join AmmPower on this exciting journey.
Dr. V.I. Lucky Lakshmanan is Vice Chairman and CEO of Process Research at Ortech, who act as AmmPower’s partners in this area. He is an internationally renowned scientist, and is a leader in sustainable process technologies in fields of energy, mining, and chemical industries and specializes in separation technologies.
Dr. Gary Benninger is AmmPower CEO and has considerable experience and knowledge of running successful businesses. He has served on the Board of Directors of major companies, including as CEO of a NASDAQ-listed company and COO of an auto parts company.
Rene Bharti is the President of AmmPower, and has worked in both the public and private sectors for over 25 years covering mining, tech, AI and biotech.
Dr. Luisa Moreno is VP of Technology & Government Relations and is a Physics Engineer with nearly 20 years’ experience. She has previously worked in Finance, Business Development and Technical Research, across Technology, Mining and Metals industries.
Faizaan Lalani is AmmPower’s CFO and is a finance professional with prior experience at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Paul Sparkes is an AmmPower advisor with a wealth of knowledge. He is an accomplished business leader and entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience across media, finance, capital markets and Canada’s political arena.
Pierre Marin is an AmmPower advisor with vast experience in the maritime industry. He has more than 30 years of experience in the Canadian Federal Government, holding several senior roles, particularly in regards to environmental policies.