According to the release,
"Part of the new company's activities will include helping Toyota to further develop and expand its local supply chain and production knowledge related to lithium-ion automotive batteries. Further details of the project, including details on a site, production capacity, business structure, etc. will be shared at a future time." (Source: Toyota Motors North America, PR, Power Materials News, 18 Oct., 2021)
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The funded study will review the technical and economic feasibility of reducing port greenhouse gas emissions with hydrogen and develop a plan for future development, as well as assess key areas encompassing the conversion of existing infrastructure, the generation and storage of hydrogen and potential end uses of green hydrogen in and around the port.
The completed feasibility study could enable a front-end engineering design study (FEED) to start in 2022, with potential financial investment decisions in 2023 and possible first green hydrogen production by 2025. (Source: Uniper, Siemens Energy, Toyota Tsusho, RE News, 16 Sept., 2021) Contact: Uniper, www.uniper.energy; Siemens Energy AG, www.siemens-energy.com/global/en.html; Toyota Tsusho, www.toyota-tsusho.com/english; Associated British Ports , www.abports.co.uk/locations/immingham
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The 7 pct biofuel blend reduces CO2 emissions by roughly 5 pct and is compliant with the International Standard Organisation's requirement for marine fuels and requires no substantial engine modifications, the release noted.
According to Anglo American CEO Peter Whitcutt, "The success of this trial marks an important step forward in establishing biofuel as a viable option, aligned with circular economic principles. These efforts also reinforce our commitment as an organisation to reduce emissions across the entire value chain, as we work towards carbon neutrality across our operations by 2040." (Source: Anglo American, Website PR, 28 June, 2021)
Contact: Anglo American, Peter Whitcutt, CEO , www.angloamerican.com; Alpha Biofuels, +65 6264 6696, www.alphabiofuels.sg; Toyota Tsusho Petroleum, www.toyota-tsusho-petroleum.com
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TTP's trial runs until September in collaboration with other partners and is being undertaken with a view to the regular use of biodiesel fuel in international maritime transport.
In addition to this trial, Toyota Tsusho Petroleum is also supplying biofuel produced in Europe and sold by Netherlands-based biofuel producer GoodFuels for foreign ships at the Port of Singapore. (Source: Toyota Tsusho, PR, Apr., 2021) Contact: Toyota Tsusho, www.toyota-tsusho.com/english; GoodFuels, Bart Hellings, CEO, EPS , Cyril Ducau, CEO, +31 88 021 5100, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.goodfuels.com
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Red Sea Wind Energy S.A.E is a joint venture company created this year by French energy giant ENGIE, and Japan-based Toyota Tsusho Corporation and Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation, along with Egypt's Orascom Construction which will oversee the construction, commissioning and operation of the wind farm. (Source: Red Sea Wind Energy, Construction Review, Aug., 2020) Contact: Red Sea Wind Energy S.A.E., +20 12 00 00 28 76,
www.rswe.co; European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, www.ebrd.com
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The project New Cairo-based company, Ras Ghareb Wind Energy SAE is 40 pct owned by ENGIE, 40 pct by Toyota Tsusho Corporation/Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation and 20 pct by Orascom Construction.
The $380 million
project is the first wind farm tendered on a Build-Own-Operate (BOO) scheme and is part of the Egyptian government's drive to increase the share of renewables in the energy mix with a target wind generation capacity of 7GW by 2022.
(Source: ENGIE Africa, ESI Africa, 4 Nov., 2019) Contact: ENGIE Africa, www.engie-africa.com/en; Ras Ghareb Wind Energy, +20 12 00 00 28 76, www.rgwe.co
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