All Sweden articles – Page 3

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    Scania delivers fuel cell refuse truck


    Scania, Swedish manufacturer of commercial vehicles, is developing a fuel cell refuse truck together with Renova, a waste handling company in western Sweden.  

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    ESAB introduces a low hydrogen flux


    ESAB Welding Cutting Products has introduced PIPEWELD 78LH FLUX, a low hydrogen flux for longitudinal or spiral welding of pipeline steel grads, using multi-wire submerged arc welding processes.

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    MAN Cryo develops marine, liquid-hydrogen fuel-gas system


    MAN Cryo, a provider of systems for the storage, distribution and handling of liquefied gases, has worked with Fjord1 and Multi Maritime in Norway to develop a marine fuel-gas system for liquified hydrogen.

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    The ElectriVillage


    Mariestad, a town in southern Sweden, is leading the way as an exemplar model for sustainable development with its ElectriVillage – a new venture lead by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) that has set out to test and demonstrate sustainable transport solutions and energy systems.

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    Exclusive: Inside PowerCell Sweden’s new lab


    Exclusive interview with PowerCell Sweden following its opening of one of the world’s most powerful fuel cell laboratories, by Joanna Sampson.

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    PowerCell gets a repeat order


    PowerCell Sweden AB has received a strategically important repeat order for a S3 fuel cell stack for additional tests from a global automotive OEM.

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    PowerCell inaugurates fuel cell laboratory


    PowerCell Sweden has inaugurated ”one of the world’s most complete and powerful” fuel cell laboratories at its premises in Gothenburg.

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    Atlas Copco: “Solid profitability, weaker demand”


    Atlas Copco Group CEO and President Mats Rahmström says the manufacturer of industrial tools and equipment experienced “solid profitability, weaker demand” after releasing its Q3 results.

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    Atlas Copco has acquired the cryogenic business of Brooks Automation


    Atlas Copco, a world-leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, has agreed to acquire the cryogenic segment of Brooks Automation, Inc.

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    RISE and Swerim develop new testbed


    Sweden aims to have a fossil-independent vehicle fleet in 2030, fossil-free power generation in 2040 and a climate neutral society in 2045. Against this background, interest in electrolysis and renewable hydrogen (H 2 ) is increasing rapidly.

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    ESAB acquires GCE


    ESAB Welding Cutting Products has acquired Malmö-based Gas Control Equipment (GCE), creating the leading global provider of flow control and oxyfuel solutions.

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    PowerCell and Siemens to present plans


    PowerCell Sweden and Siemens will present their plans for a fuel cell-based system that can be integrated into ships such as ferries, yachts and cruise ships next week at the international maritime trade fair SMM in Germany.

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    PowerCell and Siemens sign MoU


    PowerCell Sweden has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with German industrial group Siemens AG to jointly develop a fuel cell-based system that can be integrated into ships such as ferries, yachts and cruise ships.

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    Construction underway for H2-powered steel plant


    A groundbreaking ceremony in Sweden has officially marked construction at what will be the world’s first fossil-free hydrogen (H 2 )-powered steel plant.

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    Atlas Copco applies for licencing of medical gas solutions portfolio


    Atlas Copco has applied for licensing of its turnkey BeaconMedaes ISO 7396-1 accredited medical gas solutions portfolio to the South Africa Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) in line with recent amendments to regulations relating to medical devices and in vitro diagnostics (IVDs).

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    Hydrogen firmly on the agenda of CEM and Mission Innovation


    Mission Innovation – a coalition of 22 governments working to accelerate the clean energy revolution – yesterday announced the launch of the “Hydrogen Innovation Challenge” aiming to reduce costs along the value chain and further expand the deployment of hydrogen (H 2 ).

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    AkzoNobel to investigate green H2 opportunities


    AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals, a subsidiary of Dutch paints and chemicals maker AkzoNobel, is teaming up with three groups in Sweden to explore the opportunities for producing green hydrogen (H 2 ) and ‘electrofuels’ using renewable energy.

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    Interview: A pioneer who turned passion into business


    gasworld spoke to Nilsson Energy’s Marketing and PR Director to find out about the company’s history, current activities and future goals.

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    ABB delivers virtual flow meters powered by Arundo Analytics


    Arundo Analytics, a software company enabling advanced analytics in heavy industry, and ABB, a global supplier of control and automation technologies, have collaborated to create the first cloud-based virtual multiphase flow meters for the offshore oil and gas industry. This solution will be part of the fully integrated ABB Ability™ ...

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    Hyundai tests FCEVs in Lapland's extreme cold conditions


    Close to the Article Circle, in temperatures as low as -35ºC, Hyundai Motor Company subjected its latest fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) to the most sub-zero conditions as part of rigorous testing.