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Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd.


  • Company Name: Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd.
  • State/Prefecture: Kanagawa Prefecture
  • City/Town/Village: Nishi-Ku, Yokohama City
  • Street: Mitsubishijuko Yokohama Bldg., 3-3-1, Minatomirai
  • Country: Japan
  • Zip/Postal Code: 220-8401
  • Website: https://www.mhps.com
  • Contact: https://www.mhps.com/inquiry/
  • Listed: 06/08/2018 12:36 pm
  • Expires: 295 days, 21 hours
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd.
 

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS), headquartered in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, is a joint venture formed in February 2014 by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and Hitachi, Ltd. integrating their operations in thermal power generation systems and other related businesses.

MHPS today ranks among the world’s leading suppliers of equipment and services to the power generation market, backed by 100 billion yen in capital and approximately 20,000 employees worldwide. The Company’s products include GTCC (gas turbine combined-cycle) and IGCC (integrated coal gasification combined-cycle) power plants, conventional gas/coal/oil-fired (thermal) power plants, boilers, generators, gas and steam turbines, geothermal power plants, AQCS (air quality control systems), power plant peripheral equipment and solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFC).

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  1. MHPS Successfully Tests Large-Scale High-Efficiency Gas Turbine Fueled by 30% Hydrogen Mix
    Date: Jan 24, 2018

    YOKOHAMA, Japan – A large-scale gas turbine for use in power generation under development by Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS) has successfully passed a firing test using a 30% hydrogen fuel mix*1. The test results confirmed that by using MHPS’s proprietary burner, which was newly developed to burn hydrogen, stable combustion can be attained even when hydrogen is mixed with natural gas. Using a 30% hydrogen mixture, a reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of 10% was achieved, compared to natural-gas-fired power generation.

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