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The world’s largest scale alkaline water electrolysis system with the power of 10 Megawatt from Asahi Kasei was selected for the Fukushima Hydrogen Research Field in Namie

14.08.2018

Asahi Kasei and its subsidiary Asahi Kasei Engineering Corp. have received an order from Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corp. for an alkaline water electrolysis system of the world-leading scale of 10 MW in a single unit to be installed at the Fukushima Hydrogen Research Field in Namie, Futaba, Fukushima, Japan.... Read more

Asahi Kasei starts green hydrogen demonstration project in Soma, Fukushima

24.05.2018

Asahi Kasei continues to strengthen its activities in the hydrogen business. Following the start of a demonstration project in Herten, Germany, in April 2018, the Japanese technology company now launched an alkaline-water electrolysis demonstration project in Soma, Fukushima, Japan. The new project aims at the development of a large-scale production system for green hydrogen by using power input from renewable energy sources.... Read more

Asahi Kasei Europe starts hydrogen demonstration project in Herten

02.05.2018

On April 27 2018, Asahi Kasei Europe started a demonstration project for the production of green hydrogen at the Hydrogen Competence Center h2herten in Herten, Germany. The project will transform simulated electric power from wind energy into hydrogen and contribute to the development of a green hydrogen production system.... Read more

Asahi Kasei Europe to present alkaline-water electrolysis system at Hannover Messe 2018

09.04.2018

From April 23-27, 2018, Asahi Kasei Europe will present its alkaline-water electrolysis system for the production of hydrogen at “Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries” at Hannover Messe (Hall 27, Booth C69).... Read more

Asahi Kasei Europe participates in European multi-partner project on CCUS technology

14.11.2017

Asahi Kasei Europe is participating in the three-year multi-partner ALIGN-CCUS project to help transform six European industrial regions into economically robust, low-carbon centres by 2025. Asahi Kasei’s electrolyzer technology will be one of the cornerstones for CO2 reuse and therefore the reduction of CO2 emissions.... Read more