Hydrogen at industrial scale & green chemicals:
Meet thyssenkrupp at the Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo 2019 in Tokyo
thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers will present its solutions for high-efficiency water electrolysis and subsequent value chains in the worldwide leading “FC Expo” at Tokyo Big Sight (Japan) from 28th February to 1st March 2019. FC Expo is the world's largest exhibition for hydrogen & fuel cell and expected to attract more than 60,000 visitors from all over the world. Among leading international companies including Automobile/Machinery manufacturers, Petroleum/Gas/Electricity companies showcases various technologies, materials, devices and finished fuel cells for hydrogen and manufacturing.
As a group of thyssenkrupp industrials solution – a specialist in chemical plant engineering and construction, we offer comprehensive solutions with our alkaline water electrolysis technology to convert today’s society into a more sustainable, climate-friendly and carbon-free society. Hydrogen is not only a clean energy carrier, be it for long-term energy storage in the gas grid, mobility and the production of “Green Chemicals” such as methanol, ammonia, methane, synthetic fuel, utilizing CO2 from various waste gases and clean hydrogen from the water electrolysis.
We will present our advanced industrial scale water electrolysis technology and power-to-X solutions such as the “Carbon2Chem® project” - converting CO2 from steel mill gases into raw material of green chemicals. Visit us at booth No. D-337 to find out how thyssenkrupp can advance your business in detail.
Name : FC EXPO 2019 - 15th Int'l Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo
Date : February 27(wed) to March 1(Fri)10:00AM - 06:00PM (10:00AM-05:00PM on the last day)
Venue : Tokyo Big Sight, Odaiba, Japan
Organizer : Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.
Main Visitors : Government/Municipal offices, Fuel Cell/Automobile Manufacturers, Petroleum/Gas/Electricity Companies, Plant related companies
Our Booth No. : D337
Contents of Exhibition:
- Alkaline Water Electrolysis technology
- Carbon2Chem ® Project