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EverWind Fuels Completes FEED for its Green Hydrogen-to-Green Ammonia Plant in Canada

Last Updated on 05th April 2024

EverWind Fuels, a leading North American developer of a green fuel hub centered in Atlantic Canada, today announced the completion of Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) and Front-End Loading Engineering (FEL-3) with Black & Veatch for its Phase 1 Green Hydrogen to Green Ammonia project in Point Tupper, Nova Scotia, Canada.


EverWind Fuels Completes FEED for its First Phase of Green Hydrogen-to-Green Ammonia Plant in Germany

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The completion of the FEED engineering, which included over 110,000 hours of engineering, represents the first announced completion of FEED for a large-scale green hydrogen and green ammonia production facility in North America. The project will utilize cutting-edge PEM electrolyzers and ammonia synthesis technology from Casale S.A. to convert water from man-made Landrie Lake and energy primarily from newly-built wind farms in Canada into green hydrogen and green ammonia.


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The first phase of EverWind’s project is designed to produce approximately 240,000 metric tons per year of green ammonia. This project is part of EverWind's larger initiative to develop an Atlantic Canadian green fuel hub, which will bring significant economic and environmental benefits to the region. 


The significant experience, learnings, and expertise gained through the FEED process will directly benefit the ongoing development of future phases of the project in Nova Scotia, as well as the concurrent development of a world-scale green fuels project in Newfoundland and Labrador.


Engineering works for the project began in Q1 2022, advancing over two years to completion of FEED in March 2024. The project’s environmental assessment approval was received in February 2023, with track construction to begin later this year and the first production in 2026.


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About Everwind Fuels

EverWind Fuels is a Canadian company focused on developing green hydrogen and ammonia production facilities. Their goal is to replace fossil fuels with clean energy sources. 


The company uses renewable energy sources, primarily wind power, to generate green hydrogen through electrolysis. This hydrogen is both carbon-free and environmentally friendly. EverWind has partnered with German energy companies E.ON and Uniper to supply green ammonia. Additionally, Everwind is executing several green hydrogen projects in Canada.


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