Japanese industrial gas business Iwatani Corporation has opened a new business division dedicated to hydrogen (H 2 ) as part of an organisation restructure.
Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) has released its fiscal 2016 financial results after all companies and associated subsidiaries under the TNSC umbrella changed their fiscal year end from 31 st December to 31 st March, resulting in a 15-month transitional accounting period.
Japan CCS (JCCS), a carbon capture and storage (CCS) investigation company headquartered in Tokyo, has been finalising the commercialisation of its technology for the separation, capture, transportation and underground storage of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), as well as R D and trials.
Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) has developed a turbo-Brayton refrigerator, termed the NeoKelvin®-Turbo 10kW, which can cool high-temperature superconducting power applications at -200ºC by using neon (Ne) gas as the working fluid.
Clinical research for ‘hydrogen inhalation therapy’ in more than 10 hospitals across Japan has proved it can help patients who have suffered from cardiac arrests.
Tier One player, Air Products, has successfully brought its first retail hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling station on-stream in Tokyo, Japan.
Air Water Inc. has released its full-year financials, ending on 31 st March 2016, in which the corporation managed to stay afloat amid the current economic slowdown in China.
The Tohoku region in Japan is the next area in the North Pacific rim country to get its first hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling station, as part of Iwatani’s extensive rollout plan.
The Coal Utilization Research Council (CURC) and Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) today released a study titled “Analysis of Options for Funding Large Pilot Scale Testing of Advanced Fossil-Based Power Generation Technologies with Carbon Capture.”