The carbon-free future of transportation is now.
> INTRODUCING AMOGY
Amogy is on a mission to build technology that unlocks ammonia’s potential as a clean energy source, accelerating the global journey to Net Zero and sustaining future generations. Founded in 2020 by four MIT PhD alumni, we aim to enable the decarbonization of the hard-to-abate sectors, such as shipping, power generation, and heavy-duty transportation, with our ammonia-based, emission-free, high energy-density power solution.
To date, our ammonia-to-power system has been demonstrated with success in a 5kW drone, 100kW tractor, and 300kW semi-truck, and our team is currently retrofitting a 1MW tugboat, the NH3 Kraken, to be the world’s first ammonia-powered vessel. We are also renovating a manufacturing facility in Houston, Texas where we will launch our commercialization efforts.
We believe that introducing a clean energy source for the hard-to-abate sectors is not only needed but is also urgent. With our planet’s natural ecosystems, biodiversity, climate stability, and air quality at stake, we envision a cleaner, sustainable future with ammonia at the source.
> Where We’re Going
A carbon-free transportation industry by 2050.
November— Amogy’s founders launched the company with the goal of converting ammonia into a sustainable energy source
March— Closed a $3M Seed funding round led by AP Ventures
July— Successfully engineered the first-ever ammonia-powered emission-free drone flight at a 5kW scale
November— Closed a $20M Series A funding round led by AP Ventures and Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund
May— Successfully demonstrated a 100kW powerpack in a tractor, scaling 20x in less than a year
June— Closed a $46M Bridge funding round led by SK Innovation, AP Ventures, Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund, and Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures
September—Launched operations in Norway
January—Presented the world’s first ammonia-powered semi-truck by scaling the powerpack to 300kW
June— Completed a $150M Series B funding round led by SK Innovation
July— Launched operations in Singapore
Late 2023— Targeting to scale the powerpack to 1MW for a tugboat demonstration, initiating the commercialization of Amogy technology
Planning to open a manufacturing facility in Houston, Texas
Intending to offer ammonia-to-power commercial products ranging from 0.5MW to 5MW for maritime shipping and power generation markets