Showing posts from tagged with: Quemadores de hidrógeno

AeH2 introduces the Report on Hydrogen Projects in Spain 2023

Posted on: 27 / 06 / 2023 | 0 Comentarios

The Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) introduces the Report on Hydrogen Projects in Spain 2023, which represent an investment of close to 21,000 million euros until the year 2030, exceeding the Hydrogen Roadmap planned by the Government.


Global World: E&M Combustion Internationalization process

Posted on: 15 / 06 / 2023 | 0 Comentarios

Internationalization process. The engineering and manufacturing company E&M Combustión emerged in 2004 with its sights set on the international market and the vocation of offering specific innovative solutions for industrial combustion processes.  

Green Hydrogen Projects in Latin America, recently announced

Posted on: 09 / 06 / 2022 | 0 Comentarios

At E&M Combustión we review the main green hydrogen projects in Latin America that have come to light in recent months. Green hydrogen initiatives have recently been announced in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and now also Uruguay.  

South Korea seeks economic growth and competitiveness in Hydrogen

Posted on: 30 / 01 / 2022 | 0 Comentarios

South Korea hydrogen industrial strategy becomes a key driver of economic growth and industrial competitiveness. The Korean government has identified hydrogen as a key driver of the country's economic growth, industrial competitiveness and job creation rather than achieving climate change goals, according to analysis by Energy Rewired. This initiative of the CSIS Energy Security and Climate Change Program studies the industrial strategies of the main economies for the energy transition and how these will reconfigure the World energy map.  

Korea: Hydrogen steel’ is hailed as next big thing, but challenges remain

Posted on: 26 / 09 / 2021 | 0 Comentarios

South Korea, Hydrogen Steel to decarbonize the Steel Industry. Korean company Posco, the world's No. 6 steelmaker, aims to go carbon neutral with hydrogen-based steel, but challenges remain. Despite not being the main polluting industry, due to its enormous production capacity, steel is responsible for approximately 8 percent of the world's carbon emissions and is accused of being the main polluting sector that raises the planet's temperature .  

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