March 2019

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    Exclusive interview with PowerHouse Energy CEO


    In an exclusive interview with gas world, David Ryan, PowerHouse Energy CEO discusses the company’s Distributed Modular Gasification system.

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    Nikola signs $16m order for fuel cell lab


    Nikola Motor Company has signed a $16m order to purchase equipment for the first phrase of its fuel cell development laboratory.

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    Queensland ships green hydrogen to Japan


    Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has taken part in the first production and export of ‘green hydrogen’ derived from water from Australia to Japan marking a major step towards the develop of a new sustainable fuel export market.

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    Green hydrogen for gas turbines


    VERBUND has started construction on a pilot plant at the thermal power plant site in Mellach, Austria. The plant will be able to operate both as an electrolyser and as a fuel cell.

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    An emerging green and low carbon H2 market


    A project designing the first Europe-wide Guarantees of Origin (GO) for green hydrogen has developed a green and low carbon certification pilot that has led to the issuance of more than 76,000 GO’s.

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    Brexit: Cambridge Sensotec anticipates minimal impact


    At present the effect of Brexit upon the industrial gas industry is unknown. There are simply too many unknowns to reliably predict how Brexit will influence trade between the UK and EU.

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    Brexit: Analox preparing for all eventualities


    The UK was originally scheduled to leave the EU today (29 th March), but as it currently stands the country is in deadlock over its withdrawal from the EU, and when and how that will take shape.

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    Plug Power launches 30kW H2 ProGen Engine


    Plug Power Inc. has launched its 30-kilowatt (kW) hydrogen fuel cell engine, the newest commercial product from the ProGen site of products.

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    Witt unveils compact non-return valve


    Witt has introduced its new non-return valve, the NV150, a development to prevent the dangerous backflow of gases and the formation of unwanted mixtures in plants and pipelines.

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    Biokin Pharmaceutical selects Cryoport


    Biokin Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. has selected Cryoport’s full suite of temperature-controlled solutions to support its Phase I and II clinical trials in immuno-oncology in both the US and China.