Enegix commissions Black & Veatch studies for 600 million kg/pa green hydrogen generation facility in Ceará, Brazil
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., March 19, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Black & Veatch will undertake feasibility studies central to the development of the world’s largest green hydrogen plant. When operational Enegix Energy’s Base One facility, in Ceará, Brazil will produce more than 600 million kilogrammes of green hydrogen annually.
By Patricia Loyola, Management and Corporate Social Investment Director, Comunitas, Brazil
Brazil and the world were deeply challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, Brazil had faced an unprecedented sanitary global crisis that widened the social and economic gap, which presented unique opportunities for innovation.
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CNH Industrial has a longstanding commitment to furthering sustainability in Brazil, not only in terms of the products it produces, but also more broadly in communities across the country. And 2021 is set to be a bumper year in terms of support: the Company has selected 31 projects which will receive some 4.2 million reais of funding.
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New Holland Agriculture is firmly committed to supporting and promoting women’s role in agribusiness. The brand is supporting the fifth edition of the Brazilian National Congress of Women in Agribusiness (CNMA) - Brazilian Woman: The Global Voice, which took place between 26 and 29 October.