Vancouver, BC – AmmPower Corp. (CSE: AMMP) (OTCQB: AMMPF) (FSE: 601A) (the “Company” or “AmmPower”) is pleased to announce that it has been actively engaged in searching for a facility in Detroit, Michigan, with a view to further developing and proving out its aim to produce modular units capable of generating green ammonia. The Company believes that there is significant market demand for practical green energy sources of the type the modular units would represent, including on the part of agricultural, farming and small Industrial operations, many of which utilize ammonia as fertilizer and feed. The Company expects to be in a position to make a further announcement in regard to this facility search in the near term. In addition, in anticipation of a securing a development facility, the Company is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Greg Barranger, who will be joining the Company as General Manager, Plant facilities Michigan.
The CEO of AmmPower, Gary Benninger states, “We are excited to be on a path toward one day entering the green ammonia consumer market. Currently, there are a large number of agricultural and farming operations that could benefit from green ammonia as a fuel source, as well as a source to facilitate the production of green fertilizer”.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors
Chief Executive Officer
AmmPower is a resource exploration company with an increasing focus on clean energy. The Company is based in Vancouver, BC and owns the Whabouchi South lithium exploration property located in the James Bay/Eeyou Istche region of Quebec and holds an option over the Titan Property located in the Klotz Lake area in Northwestern Ontario. In addition, together with its partner, ORF Technologies Inc., based in Toronto, Canada, the Company is working on the development of a proprietary solution to produce green ammonia and green hydrogen, and is also investigating revolutionary catalyst methods to react Nitrogen and Hydrogen together with the aim of creating 100% clean, and cost effective green, turquoise, and blue ammonia.