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Thyssenkrupp achieves hydrogen production backlog of €900m as it unveils branch renaming to support its expansion
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Thyssenkrupp achieves hydrogen production backlog of €900m as it unveils branch renaming to support its expansion
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Thyssenkrupp achieves hydrogen production backlog of €900m as it unveils branch renaming to support its expansion

With an order backlog of €900m ($1bn), thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers has had a reshuffle of its structure and has renamed to thyssenkrupp nucera as the company aims to continue its green hydrogen expansion.

The renaming of the company unveiled today (Jan 13) comes with Thyssenkrupp AG continuing to examine how the hydrogen business can be further developed in the most effective manner to ensure the company is at the forefront of the hydrogen ecosystem.

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