FUELLA is developing, building, and operating green hydrogen and green ammonia plants at scale. Our projects are helping to decarbonize the global economy and create a cleaner, more sustainable future.
Project Skipavika in Norway is one of Europe’s first large-scale green ammonia projects! Located in the heart of the industrial Mongstad basin outside Bergen, an important hub for the oil and gas industry, this project is developed by FUELLA in partnership with Skipavik Næringspark. It will be designed and built by Casale, a global leader in the field of ammonia plants.
Located next to the town of Mo i Rana in Norway, in a region renowned for its natural beauty and potential for renewable energy, and in close vicinity to the Nedre Røssåga substation and hydro power plant at Korgen, Nordland fylke, the facility has optimal preconditions to produce green ammonia. The facility has a daily production capacity of 600 metric tons per day or 200,000 tons of green ammonia per year is planned to be second project of Fuella.
The electrolyzer capacity is expected to reach 260MW, maximizing the utilization of local renewable energy sources.