It is estimated that based on 1000 tonnes ammonia production per year, the new process will be able to provide total carbon emission offset amounting to 750,000 metric tonnes (USD 7.5 million). In addition, the new controlled-release fertilizer will result in carbon offset of 9.9 million metric tonnes (USD 90 million) based on 3 tonnes per season per hectare for rice plantation in Malaysia.
|a) Revolutionize the manufacturing of nitrogen fertilizer which is a strategic commodity for agriculture and food production.|
|b) Develop new theories involving magnetic induction effect into chemical reaction thermodynamics.|
|c) Address carbon credit through its greener approach in reducing energy consumption and use of multicoated urea granules.|
|d) Elevate Malaysian research to the next level in the global context.|
|e) Contribute towards Malaysia New Economic Model which focuses on high income economy.|