Aberdeen International has invested in Hydrogen technology, which is essential for a renewable and sustainable economy.


Aberdeen International has invested in Ammonia technology, which is essential as a green fuel and as a safe carrier of Hydrogen.


Aberdeen has investments in Lithium and Platinum, which play important parts in the overall movement towards a sustainable green economy.

About Aberdeen

Aberdeen International is a global resource investment corporation focused on clean energy. Clean energy is energy that comes from renewable, zero emission sources that do not pollute the atmosphere when used, as well as energy saved by efficiency measures. Global interest in clean energy is rapidly growing and is an urgent and essential need for the planet.

Aberdeen has investments in green hydrogen, green ammonia, platinum and lithium projects.

Platinum and Lithium play important parts in the overall movement towards a sustainable green economy. Lithium, found in fuel cells and rechargeable batteries, is crucial for the transition to renewables. From cancer treatments to medical equipment in healthcare, Platinum is an important metal for the health of the world. Platinum’s catalytic properties also make it critical to cleaning up air pollution, producing renewable hydrogen and releasing the power of hydrogen in fuel cells.

Green Hydrogen and Ammonia are essential fuel sources for the world going forward.

Aberdeen is expanding its interest in clean energy with an agreement to acquire a significant interest in AES-100 Inc and the Advanced Electrolyzer System (AES).

The proprietary AES technology is capable of producing high purity green hydrogen for less than $5 per kilogram. The current market price is $10-15/kg. This significant cost savings will accelerate the adoption of hydrogen technology and promote growth of fuel cell vehicles and the overall renewable energy sector.

Investment in clean energy is an investment in the future of the world
Aberdeen International is driving the transition to a low-carbon economy