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thyssenkrupp nucera joins United Nations Global Compact

thyssenkrupp nucera has joined the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative to drive business awareness and action supporting of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. With this step, thyssenkrupp nucera commits to actively supporting the UNGC Ten Principles of human and labor rights, environmental protection and the fight …

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thyssenkrupp nucera strategically expands into a market that is to become a gigawatt star and opens new office in Perth, Australia

The electrolysis specialist thyssenkrupp nucera has opened a new office in Perth, Australia, in May 2022. The new facility is planned to have full sales and project execution capabilities and is ideally located to support the company’s growth and projects in the emerging green hydrogen industry in Australia. thyssenkrupp nucera has substantially increased order intake …

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Second joint project under strategic partnership agreement: thyssenkrupp nucera to deliver electrolyzers for Air Products’ hydrogen facility in Arizona, USA

Air Products has awarded thyssenkrupp nucera the supply of their alkaline water electrolysis technology for a 10 metric ton per day facility to produce green liquid hydrogen in Casa Grande, Arizona. Under this contract, thyssenkrupp nucera will deliver two of their large-scale alkaline water electrolysis standard modules. Project activities have been initiated, and the facility …

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Werner Ponikwar strengthens the Executive Board of thyssenkrupp nucera as CEO as of 1 July 2022 – Denis Krude becomes Deputy CEO and COO

thyssenkrupp nucera will get a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with Werner Ponikwar. He will take over as CEO as planned on 1 July 2022. As Deputy CEO, Denis Krude will assume the newly created function of Chief Operating Officer (COO). The strengthening of the management team is in line with thyssenkrupp nucera’s successfully pursued …

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Capital Markets Day: thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers changes name and brand to thyssenkrupp nucera – strong starting position to continue growth

Presentation of strategy and first financials at Capital Markets Day Company will operate under its new name thyssenkrupp nucera as part of an extensive rebranding initiative going forward As of December 31, 2021 order backlog for green hydrogen is already around€900 million CEO Denis Krude: “With our strategic roadmap, we want to position ourselves as …

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thyssenkrupp to install 200 MW green hydrogen facility for Shell in port of Rotterdam

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 construction work …

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One of the largest green hydrogen projects in the world: thyssenkrupp signs contract to install over 2GW electrolysis plant for Air Products in NEOM

Air Products (NYSE:APD) has awarded thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers a contract to supply a more than two-gigawatt (2 GW) electrolysis plant for one of the world’s largest green hydrogen projects at NEOM in Saudi Arabia. Under this contract, thyssenkrupp will engineer, procure and fabricate the plant based on their large-scale 20 megawatt (MW) alkaline water …

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thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers awarded New Chlor-alkali plant in Korea

In August 2021, UCEJ was awarded an EP contract to design and supply a plant with capacity of 60,000 tons per year of chlorine production by Kumho Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. (KMCI) as a part of their project for expansion of Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate (MDI) production capacity. This contract includes Electrolysis section, CI2 and H2 gas …

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thyssenkrupp becomes key strategic partner of Dii Desert Energy

thyssenkrupp and international industry network, Dii Desert Energy, are working together to revive the initiative to unleash the energy transition in the MENA region. thyssenkrupp intends to enter into a strategic partnership with Dii Desert Energy – an independent industry initiative and market enabler from Dubai and Munich. Dii, also known as Desertec Industrial Initiative, …

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Expansion to 5 gigawatts of annual production capacity: thyssenkrupp represented in all three BMBF hydrogen lead projects

H2Giga: thyssenkrupp is driving forward the industrialization of alkaline water electrolysis through automated series production H2Mare: thyssenkrupp tests the offshore production of green methanol and ammonia TransHyDE: thyssenkrupp tests ammonia cracking With the hydrogen lead projects – its largest research initiative to date on the topic of energy transition, the German Federal Ministry of Education …

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