The cryogenics arm of Nikkiso Co., Ltd has announced the formation of two new Functional Units, which aim to exploit the growth and market opportunities presented by renewable and green energy.

As of 1st October, 2022, Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries’ Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (Group) will split its Integrated Cryogenic Solutions Unit (ICS) into two separate units. 

Led by Mike Mackey, current Senior Vice President of ICS, the new ‘Nikkiso Fuelling and Solutions’ Unit will focus on driving the company’s growth in the hydrogen fuelling market, natural gas fuelling market, skid-mounted systems, and turnkey systems. 

gasworld understands that all current ICS staff and facilities will remain part of the unit. 

Designed to expand the Group’s offerings to provide turnkey solutions for energy infrastructure, the new ‘Nikkiso Energy Infrastructure & Strategic Projects’ (NESP) Unit will target geothermal plants, compressed hydrogen distribution systems, energy recovery solutions, and offshore marine fuelling systems. 

Headed by Joseph Pak, current president of ICS, the Unit will be integrated with the Nikkiso Expander Application Technique (NEAT) department and will also provide full support for Nikkiso Cosmodyne plants. 

“These changes are being made to better serve our customers and allow us to expand our portfolio of solutions for the growing global zero-emissions mandate,” commented Peter Wagner, CEO, Nikkiso CE&IG. 

“They further support our vision to be ‘Leading the change to a healthier world’.”