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Commencement of Technical and Economic Feasibility Study in order to Achieve Ammonia Co-Firing at a Coal Fired Power Plant in India

-March 22, 2022-

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IHI Corporation announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) along with Adani Power Limited (APL) and Kowa Company Ltd. (Kowa) to explore sustainable power generation.  The three will collaborate to performe and evaluate a technical and economic feasibility study concerning a potential modification in order to achieve 20% liquid ammonia co-firing ratio and higher co-firing ratio up to 100% mono-firing at the Adani Power Mundra Coal Fired Power Plant.

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Utilizing Green Hydrogen derived Ammonia in existing Thermal Power plant can contribute significantly to India’s goal of achieving Net Zero by 2070. APL aims to lead India’s initiatives in achieving greenhouse gas reduction targets by evaluating the possibility of potential implementation of ammonia as fuel in thermal power generation.  Kowa supported APL by conducting a global survey of hydrogen and ammonia related technologies utilized to power generation.  IHI, looking to implement the world’s first ammonia co-firing at 20% for a domestic large scale commercial coal fired power plant, along with APL and Kowa, have jointly agreed to carry out a feasibility study to evaluate the potential of 20% ammonia co-firing in India. 

To achieve de-carbonization of APL’s coal fired assets, the parties, by considering the possibility of ammonia co-firing through the studies, aim to de-carbonize APL’s coal fired assets with an eye on potentially implementing the technology to other coal fired units within India. These studies contribute to carbon neutrality in India in line with the "India-Japan Clean Energy Partnership (CEP)" announced by Indian and Japanese government on March 19, 2022, aiming to promote energy cooperation between Japan and India through diverse and realistic energy transitions utilizing all energy sources and technologies to ensure energy security, carbon neutrality and economic growth. In addition, the parties intend to conduct research and development, demonstration and commercial implementation in parallel with that in Japan in order to achieve early global implementation of fuel ammonia supply chain. 

IHI, in addition to promoting multiple models of ammonia utilization, will contribute to the decrease in the global environmental burden through early commercial implementation of fuel ammonia and providing high quality infrastructure.  

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