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Toyo Engineering to produce 'green' ammonia in Indonesia

Japanese company taps renewable energy for fertilizer material

A fertilizer plant in Indonesia built by Toyo Engineering: "Green" hydrogen made using renewable energy sources can help feed such equipment.

TOKYO -- Toyo Engineering plans to produce climate-friendly ammonia in Indonesia, as the Japanese construction company looks to help reduce or eliminate carbon emissions.

The company will conduct a feasibility study with state-owned Pupuk Indonesia Holding at an existing fertilizer plant. By using facilities already at the plant, built by Toyo Engineering and operated by the partner's subsidiary Pupuk Iskandar Muda, they can reduce the initial investment for emissions-free ammonia production. Fewer pieces of new equipment will be needed, allowing a faster start to production.

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