All Japan articles – Page 6

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    IoT technologies in waste-to-energy plants


    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental Chemical Engineering Co., Ltd. (MHIEC), a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), will jointly conduct an empirical research study with the city of Yokohama on introducing AI and IoT technologies in waste-to-energy plants through a public-private partnership.

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    TNSC: Assets a ‘unique opportunity’


    Praxair, Inc., has revealed this morning that it is to divest the majority of its businesses in Europe to Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC), as it strives to secure antitrust approval in the region for its mega merger with Linde AG.

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    Seven-Eleven Japan and Toyota launch CO2 reduction project


    Seven-Eleven Japan Co., Ltd. and Toyota Motor Corporation entered into a basic agreement in August 2017 regarding considerations toward energy conservation and carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emission reduction in store distribution and operation.

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    Futamura Chemical enters PSA gas generator market


    Comprehensive chemical manufacturer Futamura Chemical has more than a 60-year track record in activated carbon, one type of adsorbent. In January last year, they acquired Adsorption Technology Industries, who mainly makes and sells PSA-related products, as a subsidiary to emerge as a PSA system gas generator manufacturer this spring, reported ...

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    Air Water to set up two new VSUs


    Industrial gas company Air Water has revealed plans to construct its 17 th and 18 th VSUs in Japan.

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    SDK supplies low-carbon hydrogen to hotel


    Japanese corporation Showa Denko (SDK) will start to supply “low-carbon” hydrogen (H 2 ) gas made from used plastics to Kawasaki King Skyfront Tokyu Rei Hotel as an energy source for fuel cells.

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    Toshiba and Iwatani partner to establish H2 supply chain


    Toshiba Energy Systems Solutions Corporation (Toshiba ESS) has started a demonstration project in partnership with Iwatani Corporation in Kushiro city, Hokkaido Prefecture, at a hydrogen (H 2 ) production facility.

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    Showa Denko expanding specialty gas production


    Showa Denko started its Project 2020+ medium-term management plan in December 2015, and their specialty gas business for semiconductors, identified as a growth-acceleration area in that plan, continues to perform well, The Gas Review reported.

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    Toyota expanding mass-production of fuel cells and H2 tanks


    Toyota is preparing for ten-fold growth in fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) after 2020 with a new facility to produce fuel cell stacks and a new dedicated line for high-pressure hydrogen (H 2 ) tanks.

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    Air Water expanding overseas


    Air Water has been in the news with M A in medicine, agriculture, food products and other life style-related businesses, and according to The Gas Review, the company also took part in M A in industry-related business going into 2018.

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    Trial operation of green hydrogen plant begins


    Japanese chemical company Asahi Kasei has begun trial operation of an alkaline water electrolysis plant for the production of green hydrogen (H 2 ) using renewable energy jointly with IHI Corp. in Soma, Fukushima.

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    Honda earns 2018 California Air Quality Award


    Honda’s Clarity Series – the plug-in hybrid, fuel cell and electric vehicles – have been awarded the 2018 California Air Quality Award for Corporate Environmental Stewardship  by the Coalition for Clean Air.

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    TNSC establishes welding training centre


    The Gas Review reports that on 13 th April, the industrial-academic alliance of Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC), Osako University and Hanoi University of Science and Technology agreed to the planned establishment of a training centre in Vietnam.

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    Iwatani opens first commercial H2 station


    Iwatani Corporation opened the first commercial hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling station in Okayama Prefecture last month.

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    Marken expands cryogenic services


    Marken, a wholly owned subsidiary of UPS dedicated to the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries, will be expanding Its cryogenic service locations to facilitate global cell and gene therapy trials.

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    Air Water results show gradual recovery


    Air Water Inc. has released full-year financials for the year ended 31 st March 2017, in which the corporation saw further improvement in results due to a gradual recovery trend in market conditions.

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    TOMCO2 Systems


    Eric Rottier might find less time this summer to enjoy boating, fishing, and watersports on the 10,000 lakes in his beloved home state of Minnesota, but he looks forward to the challenges in front of him.

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    ULVAC launches series of dry vacuum pumps


    ULVAC, Inc., provider of vacuum technologies and solutions, presents the LS Vacuum series ­­– a range of dry vacuum pumps with high pumping speeds and low power consumption.

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    Aichi Low-carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain plan advances


    The Aichi Low-carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain Promotion Association, a body which includes the Aichi prefectural government, companies operating within the prefecture, municipal authorities, and experts, has developed the Aichi Low-carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain 2030 Vision.

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    AWI’s Honorary Chairman passes away


    Air Water (AWI)’s Honorary Chairman Hiroshi Aoki passed away aged 89 on 20 th February, The Gas Review reported.