America is currently the world’s second-largest importer of fertilizer. Our goal is to create a significant supply of domestic fertilizer to serve the Corn Belt sustainably, reduce our dependency on imports, lower costs for farmers, and reduce carbon emissions. The fertilizer our technology generates will benefit farmers and the environment while making our world cleaner and safer. While empowering agriculture Wabash Valley Resources will play a vital role in the transition to a greener world, ensuring energy security and supporting a robust economy.

Wabash Valley Resources is developing a first-to-market, large-scale source of fertilizer using a practically zero-carbon-intensive process.


At Wabash Valley Resources, we generate zero-carbon-intensive hydrogen gas—an inexpensive, clean energy alternative to fossil fuels—and use it to produce anhydrous ammonia fertilizer for farmers.

Our investment in cutting-edge technology allows us to produce ammonia fertilizer at commercial-scale, through a zero-carbon intensive process and reduce price as well as the global carbon footprint.


Our investment in leading-edge technology and research will enable Wabash Valley Resources to displace a significant amount of the fertilizer imported into the Eastern Corn Belt, while capturing approximately 1.65 million tons of carbon dioxide each year, making this the most significant carbon sink in the U.S. The WVR facility will serve as a model for creating fertilizer in a zero-carbon process.
Investing in a reliable fertilizer supply will strengthen our economy and create high-paying, high-quality jobs. We will employ hundreds of construction workers as we invest nearly $900 million in a first-of-its-kind facility. When fully operational, we’ll employ 125 best-in-class team members.

When fully operational, Wabash Valley Resources will capture and store approximately 1.65 million tons of CO2 each year, making it one of the most significant carbon sinks in the U.S.

Wabash Valley Resources is leading the way, making investments now to fuel a clean, safe, and stronger tomorrow.