Precision Micro expands manufacturing capacity
Following an investment of £1.8 million ($2.2 million), Precision Micro has announced an expansion of its manufacturing capacity and capabilities to serve the Net Zero goals of its customers.
The company will be able to deliver larger, thicker etched sheets in higher volumes as a result of the growth, helping to assist carbon capture, hydrogen production and storage, and electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles.
Three brand-new, extremely effective etch machines and a custom, semi-automated print frame will be found at Precision Micro’s etch room at its Fort Dunlop facility in Birmingham, UK. The company expects to add a fourth etch machine to its new etch room in early 2024.
Element Resources advances green hydrogen production in Lancaster
In order to be a prominent player in the burgeoning green hydrogen markets, Element Resources is concentrating on creating large-scale initiatives with the city of Lancaster.
The main areas of concentration for Element Resources are the generation of green hydrogen and the development of large-scale projects, notably in the Western United States, with a focus on California. In Lancaster, California, the business is advancing a renewable energy production facility that can produce up to 24,000 tonnes of green hydrogen annually.
In addition to securing the rights to the land and the water, Element Resources has made significant strides in the approval process, equipment selection, and offtake development. Currently, Element Resources wants to make a final investment decision by the first quarter of 2024.
Pawson Transport partners with Market Infra for supply of green hydrogen to haulage business
In order to determine whether its ambitions are feasible, Pawson Transport has hired the infrastructure consulting firm Market Infra. Pawson Transport is trying to supply green hydrogen to the haulage business. The logistics industry is served by a number of services offered by Rotherham-based Pawson, including fleet management, driver training, and transportation.