Ammonia is the basis for many fertilizers and is also considered an energy carrier that can power internal combustion engines, diesel engines, gas turbines, and fuel cells. Traditionally, ammonia (NH3) has been produced through the Haber-Bosch process, in which atmospheric nitrogen (N2) combines with hydrogen (H2) at high temperature (350-550oC) and high pressure (150-300 bar). This process consumes 1-2% of current global energy production and relies on fossil fuels as an energy source. Reducing the input energy required for this process will reduce CO2 emissions and their environmental impacts. For this reason, developing electrochemical ammonia-production methods could be impactful. The goal of this project is to develop electrocatalysts to synthesize ammonia electrochemically from air and water at near ambient temperature and pressure conditions.