UK-based smart battery company Moixa has secured £4.6 million ($5.8m) in ‘bridge funding’ though a convertible loan, largely financed by Itochu Corp. Moixa said it aims to secure a further £10 million ($12.5m) by the end of the year as it wants to advance the rollout of its GridShare software in Japan.
Through careful analysis, Wärtsilä’s Fuel Laboratory Services (FLS) team in Vaasa, Finland, can adapt engines to run more efficiently on whatever fuel is available – from exotic biofuels to mixes of different gases. This makes a difference to thousands of gas and liquids-fuelled engine as more green fuels are tested and approved for usage.
Engineering solution provider FuelTech has been awarded several equipment orders worth $2.2 million. In Europe, two order wins stipulate the use of NOxOUT Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) systems for single combustion units, firing natural gas and biomass. SNCR technology helps plant operators to comply with more stringent NOx emission rules.
Keppel Data Centres has teamed up with the Asia Pacific arm of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI-AP) to explore the use of hydrogen-fuelled tri-generation plants. The aim is to provide electricity and cooling for Keppel’s Floating Data Center Park project in Singapore, collocated with LNG-to-power infrastructure.
Japanese engineering firm Chiyoda, in consortium with Mitsui and Mitsubishi as well as shipping firm NYK Line, has started importing hydrogen from Brunei for use in a pilot power project. The first methylcyclohexane (MCH) cargo arrived at Kawasaki port, where the hydrogen gets extracted from the MCH.