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Sweco to build Helsinki’s first green hydrogen production plant

Finnish energy company Helen has selected Sweco as EPCM partner in the implementation of its first production plant for green hydrogen. Production of hydrogen is set to start in 2026, with the aim of supplying the heavy-duty transport sector. The excess heat from production will be utilised in Helen...

Deutz acquires Blue Star Power Systems 

Deutz signed an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the shares in Blue Star Power Systems. The company, based in North Mankato, Minnesota (USA), develops, produces and sells generator sets (gensets) and is one of the leading manufacturers in the US market.

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Cummins QSV91G goes to Myanmar

Cummins QSV91G is just the last one from the gas-powered cummins engines we talked about. The C25G preview in Ramsgate, UK, was the last opportunity before MEE Dubai for a business trip. It happened just one year ago, before the pandemic spread over all Europe. Now it’s time to move to the V-1...

Wärtsilä’s report outlines a different perspective

Wärtsilä’s report – Aligning Stimulus with Energy Transformation – is a good way to say ‘bye’ and too restart. End of the year, time to take stock, especially in years as historic as this one. The year 2020 was profoundly marked by the pandemic, and thoughts on energy supply and so...

MTU Series 500: more efficient and H2 ready

MTU Series 500: it seems incredible, but the pandemic does not stop R&D and the launch of new products! The keys to understanding the presentation of the new series concern efficiency, which stands at 42.6%, and the fact that they are H2 ready. For the rest, we rely on the Friedrichshafen note. ...

Bergen gas engines, India and an LNG terminal

Bergen gas engines and LNG, two familiar topics for Diesel International readers. In this case we have found a way to bring the two instances together. We propose what we received from Rolls-Royce Power Systems. Bergen gas engines to Dhamra LNG Terminal “Rolls-Royce has signed a contract with Dhamra...

Himoinsa and Yanmar to cooperate for low fuel consumption gensets

It’s no surprise at all that Himoinsa gensets are powered by Yanmar engines, since the Japanese engine manufacturer announced the acquisition of the global genset company back in 2015. Whether we are talking about a fruitful collaboration or not, it’s up to the concrete applications carried out by t...

Bergen for the Australian mines. With Penske Australia

Bergen for the Australian mines. If we had written Rolls-Royce Power Systems for Australian mines you would probably have thought of the 4000 series for some dump trucks. But no, this time we’re not talking about MTU, we’re talking about the 20 cylinder from Bergen (read HERE the full ar...

Cummins gas gensets: big steps towards the future

Cummins has been investing in gas gensets for quite a long time. Just to make an example, here’s our report from Dubai, MEE 2020, when the US company introduced its latest addition, the C25G gas-powered generator. Now, a couple of achievements deserve to be highlighted, in order to show how such an ...

Wärtsilä energy storage systems in Singapore and South-East Asia

Following some important orders, more Wärtsilä energy storage systems have been installed in Singapore and South-East Asia. In particular, Wärtsilä supplied a 2.4 MW/2.4 MWh energy storage system (ESS) for Sunseap Energy Ventures of Singapore under an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) ...

Rolls-Royce and the next low-emissions engines

The target of developing low-emissions engines for aviation is quite important for Rolls-Royce. As a matter of fact, reducing emissions from gas turbines is part of the wider Rolls-Royce sustainability strategy. The global manufacturer has indeed announced the beginning of the latest phase of testin...
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