All Japan articles – Page 14

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    Reliquefaction market entry for Bestobell


    The Marine sector of Bestobell has secured two new high profile contracts for its cryogenic globe and check valves. The products are to be fitted in the LNG reliquefaction systems that will be installed on two LNG carriers being constructed in South Korea and two in Japan.

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    Toshiba opens hydrogen research center


    Toshiba Corporation has opened the Toshiba Group Hydrogen Energy Research Development Center (HRDC) at its Fuchu Complex in western Tokyo. The new center will concentrate group-wide initiatives to realise a hydrogen economy, and will drive forward the development and demonstration of solutions integrating hydrogen-related energy technologies.

  • On the Path to the Hydrogen Economy

    Hot topic – The hydrogen revolution is upon us


    A year since the last time we visited developments in the hydrogen economy, the market has continued to establish itself. With major plans in action around the world, Stuart Radnedge believes the time to get involved is now.

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    Plug Power fuel cells showcased in Japan


    The company’s ReliOn Hydrogen Fuel Cells were showcased at the recently held Fuel Cell Expo in Japan held during the World Smart Energy Week.

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    Japanese companies looking to Indonesia market


    With its population of 250 million and growing personal consumption, Indonesia is expanding both economically and in industrial gas terms. For this reason, it is also the focus of a number of leading players in the Japan gases industry.

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    Hydrogen fuelling paper presented at Japan event


    Air Products will be presenting a paper and exhibiting its SmartFuel® hydrogen technology for both the automotive and material handling markets at the 11 th International Hydrogen Fuel Cell Expo –taking place from 25-27 February at the Tokyo Big Sight, in Japan.

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    Air Products and Suzuki Shokan to develop H2 fuelling


    The work will be for Japan’s material handling market and will leverage Air Products US material handling market experience.

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    Safety in question after a number of major accidents


    Major accidents have been occurring at various production plants in Japan, according to The Gas Review (TGR).

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    Showa Denko expansion receives Government subsidy


    Showa Denko has received the Japanese Government’s interest subsidy concerning its investment in the expansion of used-plastic gasification facility at the Kawasaki Plant.

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    More changes at Air Liquide Japan


    A further three changes have been made at Air Liquide Japan, only four weeks after the last personnel changes were announced by the company – with all three appointments in the managerial sectors.

  • Toyota Mirai

    Toyota to increase hydrogen vehicle production


    Toyota Motor Corporation has announced in the last few days that it will increase production of the ‘Mirai’ fuel cell sedan, amid stronger than expected demand for the hydrogen-powered vehicle.

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    Hydrogen first in Japan by Kawasaki Heavy Industries


    Kawasaki Heavy Industries unveiled its liquid hydrogen (LH2) generation system in November, the first domestic manufacturer in Japan to do so.

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    Air Liquide completes construction of H2 stations in Japan


    A ceremony was held to celebrate the completion of two hydrogen filling stations in the cities of Nagoya and Toyota, located in the Aichi Prefecture of Japan. These two hydrogen filling stations are the first public-use hydrogen filling stations for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles in the central Nagoya area and ...

  • Toyota Mirai

    Toyota’s Mirai the “perfect” hydrogen car


    An acclaimed physicist has proclaimed that Toyota’s first venture into the hydrogen fuel cell market, called the Mirai, may be the “perfect car”. Doctor Michio Kaku made the statement at this year’s Consumer Electronics Shore in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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    Toyota makes patents royalty-free


    In a bold step to accelerate the advancements made in the development of technology which is vital to the establishment of a hydrogen economy and a refuelling network, the car manufacturer has announced that approximately 5,680 of its Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) related patents will be available for use ...

  • China Globe

    2015 – What lies ahead? Part 4


    As the New Year begins, gas world continues to look ahead at what projects and plants we can expect to see in the industrial gas business in 2015. In this fourth and final instalment we focus on developments in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Taiyo Nippon Sanso (TNSC) is one of the Tier 1 global industrial gas companies, and parent company of US-based MATHESON.

    TNSC announces establishment of centre


    Through the company’s Singapore subsidiary, called Leeden National Oxygen Ltd., it has announced it will establish the Leeden NOX Gas Research Centre (LNGRC) to develop welding-related gas technologies in Southeast Asia.

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    Milestone in Japan for Chart


    Chart, Inc. has been commemorating a significant milestone in the Japanese market with its distributor in the country, Daiho Sangyo Inc. (DSI).

  • Toyota Mirai

    Toyota to launch FCV


    Toyota Motor Corporation has confirmed it will launch its all-new ‘Mirai’ hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCV) in Japan next month.

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    The ‘start of the beginning’ for hydrogen looms


    As 2014 ends and the New Year moves ever closer, Japan is readying itself for the ‘start of the beginning’ of hydrogen infrastructure, with 2015 marking the launch of fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) on sale in the country.