Viritech today confirmed a partnership with HORIBA MIRA, a leading European automotive engineering and testing consultancy, to develop hydrogen powertrain solutions for heavy goods vehicles where the fuel is uniquely placed to maintain cost and operating efficiencies of existing diesel HGVs.
LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. — Air Products Qudra today announced it has signed an agreement with ENOWA, NEOM’s Energy, Water and Hydrogen subsidiary, to build, own and operate NEOM’s first hydrogen fueling station, providing critical infrastructure for NEOM’s sustainability goals.
Yesterday (16.03.2023), Member States in the Environment Council agreed on their General Approach regarding the revision of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED), which aims to regulate air, water and soil pollutants in industrial plants.
Plagazi has joined as a key project partner in “Project NICE” (Norvik Infrastructure CCS East Sweden), a project involving the establishment of a carbon capture hub in Stockholm Norvik Harbour with other leading players in the carbon capture and storage (“CCS”) sector.
Creates a differentiated leading offering across stationary and rotating equipment for multiple applications and end markets, including industrial gas, hydrogen, LNG, water treatment, carbon capture, and energy transition.
On track to meet or exceed its previously announced targets for $175 million of annualized cost synergies and $150 million of commercial synergies in the first 12 months of ownership.
Provides calendar year 2023 guidance for the addition of Howden in line with previously communicated ranges.
Hydrogen Europe’s CEO Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Hydrogen Europe Research’s President Luigi Crema, and EURAMET’s Vice-Chairperson Miruna Dobre today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to foster cooperation for the mutual benefit of the associations, in support of hydrogen research and technology requiring metrological knowledge and information. The forms of cooperation include:
Weiterstadt/Hamburg, Germany — Wingcopter, the German developer and operator of delivery drones, and Hamburg-based ZAL Center of Applied Aeronautical Research GmbH have announced a development partnership.