B&W receives $9m contract to supply cooling systems to Middle East hydrogen project

Babcock and Wilcox’s (B&W) Environmental business segment has been awarded over $9m (€8.4) to supply two cooling systems for a clean hydrogen project in the Middle East.  

The company will supply its SPIG® fibreglass-reinforced polymer (FRP) cooling towers to provide efficient, low-emissions cooling for a plant that will use renewable energy sources to produce hydrogen.  

B&W claim the cooling towers can operate under harsh condition while providing strength, weather resistance, long-term performance and durability, and noise and vibration absorption.  

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