Hitachi Zosen Corporation

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

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Hitachi Zosen Corporation: PEMEL & Methanation Technologies

Hitachi Zosen Corporation (HITZ) is a major Japanese industrial and engineering corporation. HITZ has developed a proton exchange membrane electrolyzer (PEMEL) technology called HydroSpring. This profile covers HITZ's hydrogen and methanation technologies as well as the alkaline water electrolyzer (AWE) and methanation technologies of its Swiss subsidiary, Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI).
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Hitachi Zosen

Hitachi Zosen has worked on an LPS-based solid electrolyte.
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2016
8 Sep 2016

Hitachi Zosen Corporation

Hitachi Zosen is a Japanese company that is working on a sulphide-based solid-state battery with a new process to fabricate Li-ion batteires by press forming.
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