Ammonia Energy Association
The Ammonia Energy Association (AEA) is a global non-profit industry association that promotes the responsible use of ammonia in a sustainable energy economy. The AEA’s mission encompasses both the decarbonization of ammonia for existing applications, including fertilizers, chemicals, explosives, and other industrial processes, as well as the adoption of low-carbon ammonia in new applications, including direct use as a fuel for electric power generation or maritime transport, and indirect use as a hydrogen carrier and carbon-free energy commodity. Established in 2004, the AEA membership includes 140 corporations around the world; in 2020 it launched its first regional arm, AEA Australia. Among other initiatives, the AEA is seeking to facilitate the establishment of a globally harmonised Certification Scheme for Low-Carbon Ammonia. More information is available at ammoniaenergy.org.
Fertilizers Europe represents the majority of fertilizer producers in Europe and is recognized as the dedicated industry source of information on mineral fertilizers. The association communicates with a wide variety of institutions, legislators, stakeholders and members of the public who seek information on fertilizer technology and topics relating to today’s agricultural, environmental and economic challenges
H2 Chile - Chilean Hydrogen Association
It was founded in 2018 as non-profit industry association. Its objective is to accelerate the energy transition by promoting hydrogen and its use as an energy vector in industrial, commercial, residential and mobility applications. It intends to position Chile as one of the leading countries in the production and export of green hydrogen. The members come from the private, public and academic sectors with 45 professionals and 60 leading companies. With the current associates, H2 Chile can cover the entire green hydrogen value chain.
Hydrogen Europe is the European association representing the interest of the hydrogen industry and its stakeholders and promoting hydrogen as an enabler of a zero-emission society. With more than 280 companies and 29 national associations as members, our association encompasses the entire value chain of the European Hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem collaborating together with the European Commission in the Fuel Cell Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.
Manifold Times is Singapore’s first local bunker publication. Our proximity to the Asia market, combined with the established network of an experienced editorial team, form a strong foundation offering readers unparalleled insights of the world’s key bunkering hub and beyond. It is also through these strengths where we aim to be the industry source for bunkering news from Asia.
Dii Desert Energy & the MENA Hydrogen Alliance
Dii Desert Energy is an independent, international public-private sector network operating from Dubai to accelerate the energy transition in the MENA region and beyond. Once the domestic needs have been sufficiently satisfied with emission free energy, MENA will become a ‘Powerhouse’ of emission-free energy, both green electrons and molecules, serving the world energy market. This has been established in the market as ‘Desertec 3.0’. Dii launched the MENA Hydrogen Alliance, which brings together private and public sector actors as well as academia to kick-start green hydrogen economies. The Alliance provides a platform for members to meet and discuss pathways forward and formulates common studies. Dii's platform of more than 50 companies and organizations from 25 countries is, mobilizing top executives, government decision makers, R&D institutions and academia supporting Dii's mission: No Emissions.