Alf Hill

University of Bath


Alf’s interests are in green ammonia manufacture, its integration into low carbon manufacturing clusters, and in NH3 as a H2 storage vector.


Alf is a lecturer in chemical engineering with 8 years in the oil and gas and nuclear sectors. He has published on low temperature catalysis for ammonia decomposition and more recently on the viability of green ammonia manufacture using Haber-Bosch chemistry. His current research is on developing robust direct ammonia solid oxide fuel cells for aviation applications. He works with partners in the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies and the Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems.