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Posted on: 28 / 08 / 2020 | 0 Comentarios
Throughout 2020, numerous mega projects of Green Hydrogen plants have been unveiled, an attractive fuel within the field of clean and sustainable energies, which allows generating electricity, and therefore facing the challenges of climate change and of the decarbonization of the economy. Hydrogen is a chemical component present in materials and compounds, which can almost never be found alone and requires procedures to achieve its extraction. (E&M Combustion designs and manufactures burners and combustion systems that operate with hydrogen as fuel and mixed burners to operate with a mixture of hydrogen and other fuels).
Iñigo Béjar: “We will continue to generate combustion technologies to reduce emissions and improve efficiency”
Posted on: 27 / 07 / 2020 | 0 Comentarios
We speak to Iñigo Béjar, CEO of E&M Combustion, about climate change, generation of new combustion technologies and trends in reducing emissions and opening up to alternative fuels, including hydrogen, which in his opinion are called to be the element of transition towards renewable energy to combat climate change. "The strategic commitment of E&M Combustion will continue to be the dramatic reduction of NOx emissions, generating increasingly innovative equipment, providing technologies and systems aimed at improving efficiency and minimizing emissions," he says.
Posted on: 27 / 05 / 2020 | 0 Comentarios
E&M Combustion has launched the design of portable incinerator furnaces for the treatment of hazardous hospital waste and corpses. Spanish engineering company, specialized in the development of Combustion Technologies, thus applies its experience in fixed hospital cremation furnaces to new requirements arising from the COVID-19 pandemic for the ecological incineration of hospital waste and dead corpses, especially in remote or difficult-to-access places.
Posted on: 25 / 05 / 2020 | 0 Comentarios
Conversion of coal-fired burners to natural gas. After 30 years of rapid growth, during which China's industrialization and urbanization has continued to progress, the pollutant emissions have exceeded the environment capacity in many areas.