Liquium plans to scale up in pursuit of green ammonia

Liquium plans to scale up in pursuit of green ammonia
Liquium is planning to scale up from its laboratory work. (Image: Liquium)
Greg Hurrell
A Wellington startup is planning to break out of the lab with its ammonia technology that has the potential to decarbonise production, and enable new uses of the chemical vital to modern economies.Liquium was spun out of Wellington Univentures in 2022 with a $1.5 million seed round co-led by the Matūū Karihi Fund and the Booster Innovation Fund. Two years on, the company is ready to scale up its work. That means a bigger test plant around two metres square. Liquium CEO Paul Geraghty, a trained chemist, said the company was planning an...

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