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Essel Infraprojects Ltd, an Essel Group firm, has bagged three waste-to-energy projects in Andhra Pradesh. The projects will come up at Kadapa, Anantpur and T P Gudem. In order to implement the projects, Essel Infraprojects has awarded the contract to Hitachi Zosen India Pvt Ltd, the Indian arm of Japan's Hitachi Zosen. Media Release...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova is awarded to deliver a second Kompogas® plant in the city of Nanjing. Another project to build two Kompogas® digesters for a biogas plant in Nanjing consolidates Swiss cleantech Hitachi Zosen Inova’s position as the leading supplier of anaerobic dry fermentation technologies in China. Following a similar project in Chongqing, with the signing of a contract to deliver two Kompogas® PF1800 steel digesters to...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova is to build Scandinavia’s second Kompogas® facility in Jönköping, Sweden. It will use a dry fermentation process to convert around 40,000 metric tons of organic waste a year into fuel for buses and cars, and high-grade fertilizers. The new installation will replace an existing wet fermentation facility, assuring the future of organic waste treatment, renewable fuel production, and jobs in the region....

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Dubai Municipality has selected Swiss clean tech company Hitachi Zosen Inova in a joint venture with Belgium’s largest construction company BESIX Group to build the world’s largest energy-from-waste facility. The plant will treat 1,825,000 tons of municipal solid waste per year. The world’s largest energy-from-waste (EfW) plant is to be built in the Emirate of Dubai. Zurich-based Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI), together with BESIX Group, Belgium’s...

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A new energy-from-waste plant is set to be built in Southeast London. Client CORY has once again opted to collaborate with Swiss technology provider Hitachi Zosen Inova. Augmenting the existing Riverside Energy Recovery Facility, the new plant would ultimately handle around 650,000 t/a of municipal solid waste from the UK capital. Swiss clean-tech company Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) and CORY, one of the UK’s leading...

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The effect of low excess air and high adiabatic combustion temperatures on CO and NOx formation has been investigated on a commercially operated energy-from-waste plant. With optimal combination of low O2 levels and stable combustion control, uncontrolled NOx levels could be lowered to 100–150 mg/Nm3 (dry, at 11% O2) while keeping CO emissions at low levels. Even at adiabatic temperatures above 1400 C thermal NOx...

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We are happy to announce that, as of 1 January 2018, Michi Kuwahara succeeded Sadao Mino as Chairman of the Board of Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI). Mr Mino has held the position since June 2015. We would like to thank him for the valuable support he has provided over the past years. After the acquisition in December 2010 by Hitachi Zosen Corporation (HZC), Michi Kuwahara served...

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Swiss clean-tech company Hitachi Zosen Inova and its parent company Hitachi Zosen Corporation are to deliver the technology for a Power-to-Gas plant in Japan, which will in future produce synthetic natural gas (Methane) from CO2 and hydrogen. As part of Japan’s efforts to bring about a long-term reduction in its existing CO2 emissions, the country’s first Power-to-Gas plant (PtG) of its kind is to be...

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