Turquoise hydrogen and carbon black

The breakthrough of hydrogen seems imminent. However, the problem is CO2 emissions during production. Methane pyrolysis produces hydrogen from natural gas with carbon as a valuable by-product. Call it the turquoise variant. BASF, Shell and also TNO see possibilities. Currently, the industry already uses a lot of hydrogen. Among other things for the desulphurization of […]

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Biggest fall in global energy investment in history

The Covid-19 pandemic has set in motion the largest drop in global energy investment in history, with spending expected to plunge in every major sector this year – from fossil fuels to renewables and efficiency – the International Energy Agency said in a new report. The unparalleled decline is staggering in both its scale and […]

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Look back at Industrielinqs LIVE about Work! (in Dutch)

What will happen if all the delayed work has to be done in a short period of time? Double pressure on the technical labour market? Especially if many people are going to trade in a flexible job for the security of a permanent job. Because that’s what’s happening at the moment. A selection from Industrielinqs […]

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Gelion wins Industrial Energy Enlightenmentz Award

Gelion’s reinvented Zinc Bromide redox-flow battery wins the Industrial Energy Enlightenmentz Award 2019. The pitch of Gelion’s CEO Rob Fitzpatrick convinced the jury of the election as wel as the audience of the European Industry & Energy Summit that the storage solution has the most impact on the energy transition. Gelion has transformed the Zinc […]

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