Germany’s Thyssenkrupp Steel is set to launch a tender for the supply of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen, marking a pivotal step in the company’s commitment to decarbonizing its operations at the Duisburg site in west Germany.
Thyssenkrupp CEO Miguel López has advocated for the construction of new hydrogen pipelines from southern European countries, emphasizing the critical need for Germany to establish robust connections with regions like Spain, Portugal, and Morocco.
Nedstack and thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on supplying a semi-automated Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Production System.
Australia’s Infinity Lithium, a prominent player in mineral exploration, has set its sights on a pioneering partnership with Germany’s thyssenkrupp AG to revolutionize lithium production using green hydrogen technology.
In a seemingly unusual collaboration, leading companies such as RWE, BP Europe, Open Grid Europe, Thyssengas, Vonovia, and Thyssenkrupp have joined forces with the aim of turning the Ruhr area into a national model region for hydrogen.
Thyssenkrupp, the German industrial conglomerate, has officially launched the highly anticipated initial public offering (IPO) of its hydrogen division, Nucera. The company aims to raise up to €600 million ($645 million) through the sale of new shares in Nucera.
In a significant move towards global development and the goals outlined in the Paris Agreement, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has entered into a partnership agreement with thyssenKrupp.
For the engineering, supply, and construction of the first hydrogen-powered direct reduction plant at the Duisburg location, thyssenkrupp Steel makes an order with SMS group, Düsseldorf.
Today, Thyssenkrupp will provide additional information regarding its massive, multi-billion-euro initiative to manufacture low-CO2 steel in Duisburg.
An agreement in principle has been concluded between the Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) and the plant engineering division of thyssenkrupp Uhde.