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Nel ASA: Invitation to Q1 2024 Results Presentation

FuelCellsWorks

Oslo, Norway– Nel ASA will publish its first quarter 2024 report on 17 April 2024 at 07:00 CET, and host a presentation at 08:00 CET. The quarterly report and presentation.

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Nel ASA: Invitation to Q4 2023 Results Presentation

FuelCellsWorks

Oslo, Norway — Nel ASA (Nel, OSE:NEL) will publish its fourth quarter 2023 report on 28 February 2024 at 07:00 CET, and host a presentation at 08:00 CET. The quarterly.

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Hexagon Purus ASA: Invitation to the Presentation of First Quarter 2024 Results

FuelCellsWorks

Morten Holum (CEO) and Salman Alam (CFO) will present the results at 08:30 CET. Hexagon Purus ASA’s first quarter results 2024 will be released on 3 May 2024, 07:00 CET.

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Clean City and HyMove Presented the First Hydrogen Powered Generator for Fast Charging of EVs in the Netherlands

FuelCellsWorks

Clean City and HyMove presented the first hydrogen powered generator for fast charging of EVs in the Netherlands. The e-mobility revolution world premiere Today, Clean City and its technology partners.

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Pumps group presents circular economy seminar

Envirotec Magazine

The presentations are scheduled to run ahead of Europump’s annual meetings and joint conference (with CEIR and Pneurop ) in Brussels this May.

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Australian solar pioneers presented with world’s top engineering prize

Renew Economy

Australian and Chinese researchers whose work delivered the stunning cost reductions in solar PV presented with world's top engineering prize. The post Australian solar pioneers presented with world’s top engineering prize appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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Brazilian group presents novel method of analyzing microplastic pollution

Envirotec Magazine

Most studies present conclusions based on numbers of particles as if they were environmentally equivalent regardless of size, volume, mass or surface area. One problem is that there is no standard sample collection and analysis methodology.