Laura Torrente – University of Cambridge

In this work, we present a techno-economic analysis of the distributed production of green ammonia, evaluating the effects of production scale and the non-ideality of the renewable energy resources (i.e. medium-low capacity factors and/or daily and seasonal variations) on the levelized cost of ammonia. The work highlights the paramount importance of the flexible and fast ramping capabilities of the green ammonia production technology as well as the need for tailored approaches and efficient strategies for dynamic operation.