All Energy articles – Page 19

  • simon itm power

    Power-to-Gas - explained


    With an unprecidented spike in interest in the technology, with companies inquiring about it and events being held to promote the decarbonisation of hydrogen gas - ITM Power explains why Power-to-Gas (P2G) has everyone talking.

  • North America US from space

    Latest hydrogen development "significant" says CCAT


    The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) has praised the recent announcement by FuelCell Energy to develop a 63mW hydrogen fuel cell park in Beacon Falls – declaring it of high interest and demonstrative of the progress industry has made.

  • The Linde Group is one of the leading players in the industrial gases business.

    Hydrogen highway gains another station


    As the dream of a hydrogen highway becomes a reality, in preparation of the retail launch of fuel-cell cars in public showrooms later this year, Linde has opened another fuelling station in Innsbruck, Austria.

  • China map

    Huge cuts in Chinese CO2


    Official data from China shows coal use continuing to fall precipitously – bringing carbon dioxide emissions down with it. China is cutting coal and CO2 emissions faster than any other country, the CO2 reduction could be equal to UK total emissions over same period.

  • Germany-map

    July fuel cell power production still target


    AFC Energy, the fuel cell power company, is still on target to complete delivery of the company’s first 240kW KORE system at Air Products’ Stade facility in Germany.

  • parker air

    Device cuts energy consumption by 50%


    Parker Hannifin has unveiled its innovative Air Saver Unit, which can reduce air consumption by up to 50% and improve efficiency in air blow applications.

  • afrox

    Industrial gases to the rescue in South Africa


    With the looming threat of load shedding becoming a regular occurrence in South Africa as a result of a shortfall in coal-generated power supply – a boost to power supply has been secured thanks to Afrox.

  • money

    Fuel Cell Systems wins grant


    The funding has been awarded by the UK Government for a mobile hydrogren refuelling station and is one of four to be commissioned by the Department for Transport.

  • Toby Peters, Dearman

    Cold – The new hot topic


    Cold has long been the Cinderella of the energy debate, but that might just be changing. Toby Peters, Senior Group Managing Director of Dearman, argues that the challenge is now to turn growing awareness into action and that the international gas industry has an opportunity to play a leading role ...

  • bg group lng

    LNG takes off


    While natural gas goes from strength to strength, LNG offers additional growth potential. Helen Carmichael reports.

  • solar panel,photovoltaics

    Major steps made by HyperSolar


    HyperSolar, the developer of a breakthrough technology using sunlight and water to produce hydrogen, has made further progress in making this ‘green’ process feasible for large-scale use.

  • Dubai-Internet-City-at-night-Dubai-United-Arab-Emirates

    AFC signs landmark MOU in Dubai


    AFC Energy, the industrial fuel cell power company, is pleased to announce it has today signed a MoU which will bring 300mW of fuel cell power generation to Dubai.

  • siemens turbine

    Siemens delivers gas turbines to Mexico


    Siemens has received an order for two SGT6-5000F gas turbines and two SGEN6-1000 generators to be installed in Mexico, the plant will have a capacity of 550mW enough to power 300,000 homes.

  • greyrock gtl

    Greyrock demonstrates business dynamism


    The fluctuating price of LNG is causing headaches for investors which gambled on the growth of the industry. But one American company has seen demand for its GTL technology increase. In this feature, we find out why.

  • Germany-map

    Hydrogen production unit start-up ceremony held


    Today, Air Liquide held the official start-up ceremony for its new, state-of-the-art Steam Methane Reformer (SMR) unit located in the Chempark Dormagen site near Cologne, Germany.

  • Water Bubbles

    ITM Power secures £1.79m order


    A competitive tender to supply an integrated hydrogen system for use at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) tidal test site on Eday, Orkney, Scotland – has been won by ITM Power and is worth £1.79m.

  • BOC Frostcruise

    BOC’s FROSTCRUISE commercially launched


    Significantly more environmentally friendly, efficient and a reliable cryogenic alternative to diesel-powered refrigeration – the FROSTCRUISE system has been trialled for a number of years, before its commercial launch today, with positive feedback.

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    Messer technology allows “lossless” electricity transmission


    Industrial gases specialist Messer has developed a new cryogenic technology for the ‘AmpaCity’ project – operated by energy supplier RWE. Cooling superconducting cables down to -209 ° allows electricity to be transported through the grid almost lossless.

  • Thailand, Laos, South Pacific Rim

    AFC secures deal with Thailand’s BIG


    AFC Energy Plc., the industrial fuel cell power company, is pleased to announce it has executed its first Heads of Agreement in Thailand to initiate a programme of commercial fuel cell deployment with leading Thai industrial gas company, Bangkok Industrial Gas Co. Ltd (BIG).

  • Hydrogen symbol

    Froemmel appointed to Executive Board


    Andreas Froemmel, of FuelCell Energy Solutions, has been appointed to the Executive Board of New Energy World – Industry Group. He joins five existing board members from the industry to collectively educate policymakers on the benefits of fuel cell deployment in Europe.