Tag: ThyssenKrupp

thyssenkrupp to design and build Shell’s 200MW Rotterdam electrolysis plant

thyssenkrupp to design and build Shell’s 200MW Rotterdam electrolysis plant

January 17, 2022 |

In Germany, thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers has signed a supply contract with Shell for the large-scale project ‘Hydrogen Holland I’ in the port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Under the contract, thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers will engineer, procure and fabricate a 200 MW electrolysis plant based on their large-scale 20 MW alkaline water electrolysis module. First […]

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Canada getting one of world’s largest green hydrogen plant – 11,100 metric tons of green H2 per year

Canada getting one of world’s largest green hydrogen plant – 11,100 metric tons of green H2 per year

January 24, 2021 |

In Canada, German-based thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers’ Green Hydrogen product division was awarded an engineering contract to install an 88 megawatt (MW) water electrolysis plant for Canadian energy company Hydro-Québec after successfully completing a feasibility study. Green hydrogen is generated from hydropower by means of electricity and is used to produce biofuels. Hydro-Québec will operate […]

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Thyssenkrupp produces ammonia from steel mill gases

Thyssenkrupp produces ammonia from steel mill gases

January 14, 2019 |

In Germany, Carbon2Chem is off to a good start in the new year. For the first time thyssenkrupp has produced ammonia from steel mill gases. Ammonia is a chemical used to make fertilizers to improve food production. Steel mill gases come from steel production and contain, among other things, CO2. It is the first time […]

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ThyssenKrupp investing in industrial biotechnology

ThyssenKrupp investing in industrial biotechnology

July 11, 2013 |

In Germany, ThyssenKrupp inaugurated Europe’s first multi-purpose fermentation plant for the continuous production of bio-based chemicals in Leuna, Saxony-Anhalt/Germany. The plant was built at a cost of around 20 million euros, and will enable ThyssenKrupp to further expand its research and development activities in the area of biochemicals based on renewable raw materials. The multi-purpose […]

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