2JCP has completed two Silyzer300 electrolyzers for Siemens Energy, marking a pivotal step in the development of Europe’s largest e-Methanol production facility, FlagshipONE, located in Örnsköldsvik, northern Sweden.
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Siemens Energy and the Oman Investment Authority have solidified their commitment to Oman’s energy transition by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for an electrolyser manufacturing facility.
BASF, in collaboration with Siemens Energy, has received funding approval from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action and the State of Rhineland-Palatinate. The funds will propel the construction of a proton exchange membrane electrolyzer, marking a substantial leap in the Hy4Chem-EI project at the Ludwigshafen site.
Glosten, in collaboration with Siemens Energy, has chosen Ballard Power Systems and Chart Industries as primary equipment vendors for the world’s first hydrogen-hybrid research vessel. The vessel, currently in the design phase and named the CCRV, will be owned and operated by UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Scripps).
Siemens Energy, a key player in the global energy landscape, is spearheading the green hydrogen revolution with the initiation of electrolyzer production in Berlin. This milestone signals a significant leap toward large-scale green hydrogen adoption and a vital step in the global transition away from fossil fuels.
German conglomerate Siemens Energy and the French industrial gas specialist Air Liquide have jointly opened a factory in Berlin, which may be modest in size but possesses the revolutionary potential to transform the landscape of heavy industry decarbonization. The factory, inaugurated on Wednesday, is set to manufacture electrolyser modules, a critical component in the production of low carbon hydrogen.
Malaysia’s Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) and Siemens Energy have joined forces in a groundbreaking partnership to advance green hydrogen technologies.
Siemens Energy, as part of the HYFLEXPOWER consortium, has achieved a world-first by successfully operating an industrial gas turbine with 100% renewable hydrogen. This milestone, accomplished at the Smurfit Kappa site in Saillat-sur-Vienne, France, brings to light a promising outlook for carbon-neutral power generation and the ambitious goal of decarbonizing energy-intensive industries.
European Hyflexpower consortium, spearheaded by Siemens Energy, has accomplished an unprecedented feat: powering a gas turbine entirely with renewable hydrogen. This revolutionary demonstration, known as Power to Hydrogen to Power (P2H2P), marks a historic milestone in clean energy production and paves the way for a greener industrial landscape.
Siemens Energy is set to supply 12 cutting-edge electrolyzers with a combined capacity of 200 MW to the Normand’Hy project in France, spearheaded by Air Liquide. This ambitious project aims to produce 28,000 tons of renewable hydrogen annually, starting in 2026, contributing to both industry and the mobility sector.