Jupiter Ionics CSO, Prof. Douglas MacFarlane, elected as Fellow of the Royal Society

Jupiter Ionics proudly congratulates Professor Douglas MacFarlane on being elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society. Elected Fellows are recognised leaders in their field and this year include former Chief Medical Advisor to the US President, Professor Anthony Fauci, and Nobel laureate, Professor Emmanuelle Charpentier. Professor MacFarlane is a world-renowned expert in green ammonia, […]

ARENA award Jupiter Ionics $2.5 million grant

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has granted Jupiter Ionics $2.5m over four years to accelerate the commercialisation of its electrochemical green ammonia technology. The grant will be used to improve the cost-competitiveness of Jupiter Ionics’ technology, which uses renewable energy, air, and water to make ammonia. CEO Dr Charlie Day said reducing the so-called […]

Multimillion-dollar capital raise for green ammonia advance

A greener way to feed the world is one step closer with Jupiter Ionics’ $9 million capital raise to progress their electrochemical green ammonia technology. This world-leading technology has transformative potential as ammonia is the essential ingredient producing fertiliser and a key enabler of the low-carbon energy transition. Traditional ammonia production is very carbon intensive […]

Monash spinouts tackling climate change

Ahead of COP28, Jupiter Ionics CEO Charlie Day spoke with Monash University on the role of innovation in tackling climate change and his experience of working within the Monash spinout ecosystem to create transformative impacts. https://youtu.be/-evFZLG-o1Y?si=r6Io_VEsN3YY7Jj9

Fertilizer Australia Conference 2023

Seeing the excitement and interest in Sustainable Agriculture at last week’s 2023 Fertilizer Australia Conference was very encouraging. Clearly, the decarbonisation of agriculture will bring changes and opportunities for many in the fertiliser industry, and Jupiter Ionics CEO Dr Charlie Day was proud to share his perspectives on how new technologies can help accelerate the transition and deliver substantial emissions reductions […]

Jupiter Ionics a finalist in AFR Higher Education award

Green ammonia pioneer Jupiter Ionics was selected as a finalist at this year’s Australian Financial Review (AFR) Higher Education Award for Research Commercialisation Excellence which highlights the significant contribution the sector makes to Australian prosperity and quality of life. The Monash University spinout is commercialising world-first technology in the production of carbon-neutral green ammonia. Monash […]

Jupiter Ionics highly commended in prestigious international award

Jupiter Ionics has been Highly Commended in the international Spinoff Prize 2023 Nature Award. The Melbourne-based start-up competed with five others for the €30,000 prize for its breakthrough work in Green Ammonia technology. The Spinoff Prize recognises early-stage university spinoff companies that translate unique, scientific research into products and services to make a positive impact […]

Top prize honours green ammonia trailblazers

A team of chemists from Monash University, including several currently working at Jupiter Ionics, has won a prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry award. The 2023 Horizon Prize recognising their work on a novel process for sustainable ammonia production was announced on 13 June 2023. It recognises the group of chemists responsible for developing many of […]

Jupiter Ionics a finalist for Nature’s Spinoff Prize 2023

At Jupiter Ionics, we’re delighted to be selected as one of five finalists for Nature’s Spinoff Prize 2023! You can read Nature’s feature article on Jupiter Ionics or register to watch Charlie Day’s pitch at The Spinoff Prize slam event on 21 June followed by the winner announcement.