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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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The WMW Magazine published an excellent report about HZI's latest project in Istanbul, Turkey: Every day, Istanbul’s 39 municipalities produce some 17,500 tonnes of waste. Currently, nearly all of that is sent to landfill. Now, following a deal with Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, Hitachi Zosen Inova is preparing to develop Europe’s largest waste to energy plant. Find the full article under the following Link....

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I am pleased to inform you that Bruno-Frédéric Baudouin (46) will be taking over as CEO of Hitachi Zosen Inova. Mr Baudouin was latterly Operations General Manager for Europe and Africa in the Gas Power Systems division at GE POWER Switzerland. He brings with him many years’ experience in the energy sector, having held a range of managerial positions in Switzerland and abroad, and we...

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Kompogas® Building on Success in Perugia Hitachi Zosen Inova to build Italy’s fifth Kompogas® dry anaerobic digestion plant with partner Cesaro Mac Import Hitachi Zosen Inova is to build a new Kompogas® plant in collaboration with its Italian partner Cesaro Mac Import, this already being the fifth such facility in Italy. The plant will process some 40,000 t/a bio waste and 13,500 t/a green waste, producing enough...

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China’s first Kompogas® plant to be built in world’s largest city The delivery of two Kompogas® digesters for a biogas plant in Chongqing marks the successful entry of Zurich-based Hitachi Zosen Inova into the Chinese market. HZI’s dry anaerobic digestion technology is thus establishing a foothold in a market that offers considerable potential. With the signing of the contract to deliver two PF1800 Kompogas® steel digesters...

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Katsuhisa Tsuji (57), Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and a member of the Supervisory Board of Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) in Zurich, is taking over as CEO of HZI on an ad interim basis with immediate effect. Katsuhisa Tsuji has been CTO and a member of the Board of HZI since 2014 and is very familiar with the company. He played a significant role in the...

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A Perth Regional Council awarded a 20-year municipal waste service contract to a consortium led by Swiss company Hitachi Zosen Inova. The plant will process 300,000 tonnes of waste per annum generating around 28 MW of electricity from Australia’s first energy-from-waste. Council Tender by EMRC for 20 Year Waste Treatment The Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC) constitutes six local governments and around one-third of Perth's metropolitan area...

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