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Groundbreaking NEW technology, product and services in cable fault location industry which significantly reduces time and cost for fault location and will increases operators’ comfort.

Cable faults are the most common faults in the High Voltage networks.  The industrial and society demands today are extremely impatient when faced with lack of electricity.      The cable fault location is not a straightforward measurement process. It is very intuitive work of fault pre-location/conversion and pinpointing using many instruments and tools. Even the most sophisticated equi ...

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Hyundai Motor Group Build Fuel Cell Plant in China

Hyundai Motor Group to build first overseas fuel cell system plant in China Hyundai Motor Group has signed an investment pact with the government of China's southern province of Guangdong to build its first overseas fuel cell system production plant in the country, the South Korean firm said on Friday. Hyundai Motor Group has signed an investment pact with the government of China's southern province of Guan ...

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Bosch planning Fuel Cell Power Stations in 2024

German technology company Bosch is ramping up stationary fuel cell efforts, announcing this week plans to begin full-scale production of distributed power stations based on solid oxide fuel-cell (SOFC) technology in 2024. Bosch is intensifying its partnership with UK subsidiary Ceres Power, a leading player in the development of innovative solid oxide fuel cells and stacks, to achieve its goal. Th ...

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Siemens Gamesa powers carbon-free future with green hydrogen, crucial to decarbonizing polluting industries

Siemens Gamesa continues to play a pivotal role in the energy transition by investing in the potential of green hydrogen to drive the decarbonization of transport and heavy industry.The company is developing the world’s first project capable of producing green hydrogen directly from wind, in “island mode”; it can also operate connected to the grid. The pilot project in Denmark will be up and running by Janu ...

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Black & Veatch, Golar Announce Collaboration in Hydrogen, Ammonia Energy Technologies

 As the world accelerates to greener and decarbonized energy solutions, Black & Veatch and Golar LNG announce the expansion of their long-standing collaboration, focusing on broadening floating production of blue and green hydrogen and ammonia. The memo of understanding between Golar, an operator of carriers for natural gas shipping, and global floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) solutions leader ...

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Arcola Energy Introduces Production-Ready Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powertrain Platform for Heavy-Duty Vehicles

Arcola’s proprietary A-Drive platform delivers a zero-emission solution for a range of heavy-duty vehicles to be brought to market from 2021-2025 Arcola Energy, a leading specialist in hydrogen and fuel cell systems integration, has developed a proprietary hydrogen fuel cell (HFC) powertrain platform, designed for vehicle applications requiring high-duty cycle capabilities and fast refuelling. The A-Drive p ...

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Asia’s Hydrogen Sector has lessons to learn from Adani-Snam deal

Companies aim to collaborate in hydrogen space Adani may expand in both blue, green hydrogen Deal could trigger more tie-ups with European companies The move by India's Adani Group to seal a strategic deal in the hydrogen space with Italy's Snam may serve as a wake-up call for other energy firms in the region to increasingly tap the expertise of companies in Europe, where the push toward the carbon-free fue ...

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Australia plans three new Hydrogen hubs

The South Australian Government has launched its hydrogen prospectus, which outlines the plan for three hydrogen hubs to boost South Australia’s position as a leader in global clean hydrogen production and exportation. The three hubs are located at Port Bonython, Port Adelaide and Cape Hardy/Port Spencer. Just one of the hydrogen hubs could at least double the current installed capacity of solar and wind fa ...

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Tanaka wins catalyst award from CMAJ

Development of hydrophobic precious metal catalyst that improves hydrogen oxidation reaction and hydrogen infrastructure is evaluated TANAKA Holdings Co., Ltd. (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director & CEO: Koichiro Tanaka) announced today that TANAKA Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K. (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director & CEO: Koichiro Tanaka), which operates the TANAKA Prec ...

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Utility-scale energy storage system supplied by Wärtsilä helps move Singapore towards a low-carbon energy future

The 2.4 MW/2.4 MWh energy storage system (ESS) supplied by the technology group Wärtsilä for Sunseap Energy Ventures of Singapore under an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract has been installed. The ESS facility is a test-bed supported by Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA) and SP Group, a leading energy utilities company in Asia Pacific and it represents an important milestone in ...

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