ARENHA stands for “Advanced materials and Reactors for ENergy storage tHrough Ammonia”.

It is and EU H2020 funded research projects with global impact seeking to develop, integrate and demonstrate key material solutions enabling the use of ammonia for flexible, safe and profitable storage and utilization of energy.


Advanced materials and Reactors for ENergy storage tHrough Ammonia

The ARENHA consortium provides breakthrough technologies for the power-to-ammonia-to-usage value chain. Ammonia is an excellent energy carrier due to its high energy density, carbon-free composition, industrial know-how and relative ease of storage. ARENHA will demonstrate the feasibility of ammonia as a dispatchable form of large-scale energy storage, enabling the integration of renewable electricity in Europe and creating global green energy corridors for Europe energy import diversification.





Monday, 2022, March 14 - 12:42

We are pleased to invite you to the 1st Workshop of the ARENHA Project. This special dissemination workshop will introduce novel materials and technologies related to ammonia-based energy storage covering the whole power-to-ammonia-to-applications. Lectures are given by scientists of both academia and industry.

The workshop will be held at ENGIE Lab CRIGEN (4, Rue Joséphine Baker, 93240 Stains (Near Paris) but online attendance is also availableat. See access Map.

Participation to the workshop is free of charge. The program and online attendance link can be found in the following Agenda.

Attendants should register at the following link https://forms.gle/BDtyHowo3SrPZALNA.

Wednesday, 2021, September 8 - 16:15

ARENHA will be present at the online workshop on non-battery-based energy storage.

The workshop is organised by RECYCALYSE project together with the European projects ARENHA, Next AEC and PROMETH2.

The workshop will be held on September 15th, 2021 from 09:30 to 12:30 (CET)

Register now for free at the following link:


Monday, 2021, April 12 - 11:36

Ammonia is a very important molecule. Its role is even becoming more important as it can also be used as energy carrier and fuel. A special issue dealing with ammonia synthesis and utilization is open in Catalyst, being Prof. Fausto Gallucci, Technical Manager of the ARENHA project, one of the editors.

Submit your paper here: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/catalysts/special_issues/Ammonia_catal