Namikata Terminal to Become Clean Energy Hub for Fuel Ammonia

Seven major Japanese companies, including Shikoku Electric Power Company, Taiyo Oil Company, Taiyo Nippon Sanso Company, Mazda Motor Corporation, Mitsubishi Corporation, Namikata Terminal Company, and Mitsubishi Corporation Clean Energy, have formed the “Council for Utilizing Namikata Terminal as a Hub for Introducing Fuel Ammonia.” The Council will explore the possibility of transforming the Namikata Terminal in Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture, […]

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NTT and NEC Partner Up to Promote Decarbonization

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) and NEC Corporation have joined forces to reduce the environmental impact of their businesses and promote a decarbonized society. The companies have signed a basic agreement and started collaborating on various initiatives to achieve their goals. Under the agreement, NTT Anode Energy will provide 100% renewable energy to NEC Platforms’ Fukushima Plant, which produces […]

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Asahi Kasei Acquires Renewable Energy Certification for Dinamica Plant

Asahi Kasei’s Nonwovens Plant in Nobeoka, Miyazaki, has in March obtained the first Certificate of Renewable Energy Use from the Powered by RE Certification Committee, using Hitachi’s Powered by RE system to track renewable energy usage. The certificate confirms that the production facility for Dinamica artificial suede is powered entirely by renewable energy. In pursuit of a sustainable society, companies […]

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