Ammonia Energy Association
The Ammonia Energy Association, a 501(c)(6) non-profit membership organization, has been promoting the use of ammonia in a sustainable energy economy since 2004. Originally, the organization was known as the Ammonia Fuels Network. In 2009, we became the NH3 Fuel Association, and, in 2018, we changed our name again, to become the Ammonia Energy Association. We have more momentum today than ever. For years, we worked hard to convince people that ammonia could be used for energy at all. This battle is largely won: companies and governments across the globe are now analyzing ammonia within their portfolio of clean energy technologies, and our organization has emerged as the thought-leader and preeminent hub for data and connections. A greater challenge confronts us now, as we aim to accelerate the pace at which this idea becomes a reality. We must therefore scale up our work to match the technological readiness, political necessity, social imperative, and commercial opportunity for ammonia energy. Join us, and help us to accelerate the adoption of ammonia energy.
Hydrogen Europe is the European association representing the interest of the hydrogen and fuel cell industry and its stakeholders and promoting hydrogen as an enabler of a zero-emission society. With more than 220 companies and 27 national associations as members, our association encompasses the entire value chain of the European Hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem collaborating with the European Commission in the Fuel Cell Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.