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MHI Thermal Systems Launches New “TEJ35GAM” Electric-Driven Transport Refrigeration Units

    ・ Adoption of plug-in hybrid system enables cargo room temperature to be maintained during parking and idling ・ Heat-pump system enables simultaneous heating and cooling operations; multi-system answers need for simultaneous transport of products requiring multiple temperatures Tokyo, September 13, 2023 – Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd. (MHI Thermal Systems), a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has launched sales in the domestic market of the TEJ35GAM, an electric-driven transport refrigeration unit exclusively for small and mid-size trucks. Ryoju Coldchain Co., Ltd. (RCC), the Company’s’ comprehensive sales and service arm for truck and trailer refrigeration units in Japan, will be in charge of the new product’s sales. The TEJ35GAM joins the already available TE20/30 series, refrigeration units for plug-in hybrid transport, and the TEJ35AM, an electric-driven transport refrigeration unit with heat-pump heating system for EV trucks. The TE20/30 series has received two notable awards: the “Agency…

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MHI to Issue The Second Series of Transition Bonds to Help Move Towards “Net Zero” by 2040

Tokyo, July 28, 2023 – Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) submitted a revised shelf registration statement to the Director-General of the Kanto Local Finance Bureau today in preparation for its planned issuance of transition bonds via public offering in the Japanese bond market. MHI was selected as a model example for the “2021 Climate Transition Finance Model Projects” being supported by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in March 2022, and issued its first transition bonds in September 2022. This will be our second issuance of transition bonds The Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group has defined two growth areas: “Energy Transition”, which aims to decarbonize the energy supply side, and “Smart Infrastructure”, which targets to realize the decarbonization, and promote the energy efficiency, manpower saving in the energy demand side. As part of the financing necessary for focusing on businesses in these areas, and promote decarbonization, electrification and intelligence…

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Port of Newcastle and MHI Announce Clean Energy Partnerships

Port of Newcastle and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. have unveiled, during a visit by Mr. Chris Bowen, Minister for Climate Change and Energy, to the Port today, an MOU setting out a pathway towards the enablement of a world-class clean energy economy in the Hunter Region through the Port’s Clean Energy Precinct, which secured a $100-million Commonwealth funding grant in the 2022 Federal Budget. Port of Newcastle CEO Craig Carmody said the once in a generation project was the centrepiece of the Port’s future diversification strategy. “Our dedicated 220-hectare Clean Energy Precinct will offer the perfect platform for large scale clean energy production, which will be supported by common user, open access, shared infrastructure across clean energy storage, transport and export facilities servicing production from the Precinct itself and from right across the Hunter Region” he said. Dr. Hitoshi Kaguchi, Senior Executive Vice President at MHI said: “We are delighted…

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Japan, Australia to tie up on hydrogen supply for zero emissions Asia

  Japan announced the launch of a hydrogen supply chain with Australia as the two countries and Southeast Asian nations gathered for their first ministerial meeting on the reduction of carbon emissions in the fast-growing region. In a video message for the meeting on the Asia Zero Emission Community framework, an initiative proposed by Japan, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said he would like to expand hydrogen supply chain networks throughout the region by cooperating further with Asian nations. “In Asia, we should hold as many energy options as possible, and hydrogen and ammonia are options,” he said, underscoring hydrogen could be a valuable source of energy in making clean energy transitions, especially in a region prone to natural disasters. In a joint statement issued after the one-day meeting in Tokyo, a total of 11 nations joining AZEC said they “recognize that accelerating the energy transition in the Asian region is key to…

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