MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.


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Locations: TOKYO, BAHRAIN, AUSTRALIA, JAPAN, NORTH AMERICA, TEXAS

MHI Thermal Systems to Launch 31 Models of Residential-use Air-Conditioners for the Japanese Market in 2024

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Monday, March 11, 2024

- Two types of sensors, and functions using ions and ozone provide comfort and cleanliness (S Series / SK Series)

Key Points: 
  • - Two types of sensors, and functions using ions and ozone provide comfort and cleanliness (S Series / SK Series)
    TOKYO, Mar 11, 2024 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd., a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, will launch 31 new models of residential-use air-conditioners for the Japanese market for 2024.
  • The new models in five series will be released starting April 1.
  • Together these new models provide comfortable living spaces for diverse lifestyles.
  • In addition, the AI learns how the room cools and warms, and adjusts automatically for comfortable and energy-saving operation.

MHI Recognized by CDP as Being at the Leadership Level for Climate Change Earning A- score

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Monday, February 19, 2024

This A-minus is the CDP's second-highest rating and is one rank up from the B ranking MHI received in the previous year.

Key Points: 
  • This A-minus is the CDP's second-highest rating and is one rank up from the B ranking MHI received in the previous year.
  • CDP scoring and collected environmental data are publicly available on CDP's platform and widely referenced by institutional investors and companies.
  • MHI believes this improved rating will enable it to draw broad attention to its progress in addressing climate change in its business activities.
  • Every year since 2002, CDP sends letters to companies on behalf of investors asking those companies to disclose data on their environmental impacts.

Mitsubishi Power Receives Order for State-of-the-Art JAC Series GTCC Power Plant for Uzbekistan Navoi 3 Power Plant Project

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Tuesday, February 13, 2024

This is the third order received by Mitsubishi Power for GTCC equipment for the Navoi Power Plant.

Key Points: 
  • This is the third order received by Mitsubishi Power for GTCC equipment for the Navoi Power Plant.
  • Mitsubishi Power had previously supplied GTCC power generation equipment for the nearby power plants Navoi 1 and Navoi 2, which started operations in 2013 and 2019, respectively.
  • Mitsubishi Power has received many orders for large-scale gas turbines in Uzbekistan, including state-of-the-art JAC and F series.
  • Going forward, Mitsubishi Power will continue to support the stable and efficient operation of the electric power business for the realization of energy transition in Uzbekistan.

MHI Concludes Nissay Positive Impact Finance Agreement

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Friday, February 9, 2024

TOKYO, Feb 9, 2024 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has concluded a Nissay Positive Impact Finance (Note1) agreement with Nippon Life Insurance Company (Nippon Life) (contract amount: JPY 6.0 billion yen).

Key Points: 
  • TOKYO, Feb 9, 2024 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has concluded a Nissay Positive Impact Finance (Note1) agreement with Nippon Life Insurance Company (Nippon Life) (contract amount: JPY 6.0 billion yen).
  • Positive Impact Finance (PIF) is a loan intended to provide continuous support for corporate activities while comprehensively analyzing and evaluating the impacts (both positive and negative) that those activities have on the environment, society, and the economy, based on the Principles for Positive Impact Finance and implementation guidelines formulated by the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI).
  • The Principles for Positive Impact Finance, formulated by the UNEP FI in January 2017, is a financial framework for achieving SDGs.
  • (1) Nissay Positive Impact Finance is ESG-themed investment provided by Nippon Life.

MHI Contributes to Successful Acquisition of First Observation Images by JAXA's "XRISM" X-ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission Satellite

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Friday, February 9, 2024

MHI technology supported the data acquisition of the distribution and chemical composition of high-temperature plasma weaving through the galaxies by the XRISM satellite's onboard soft X-ray imager (Xtend) and soft X-ray spectrometer (Resolve).

Key Points: 
  • MHI technology supported the data acquisition of the distribution and chemical composition of high-temperature plasma weaving through the galaxies by the XRISM satellite's onboard soft X-ray imager (Xtend) and soft X-ray spectrometer (Resolve).
  • XRISM's mission is to document, in unprecedented detail, the formation of stars, galaxies and galaxy clusters.
  • MHI, which serves as manufacturer of the mission instruments, is responsible for designing and manufacturing Xtend's X-ray charge coupled devices (CCD) (Note2) detector and the data processors for Xtend and Resolve.
  • The mission data processors employed on both Xtend and Resolve are "SOI-SOC2" satellite-mounted microprocessor units (MPUs) jointly developed by JAXA and MHI.

MHI and Worley Awarded FEED Contract for UK's First CO2 Capture Plant at a Cement Production Facility

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Tuesday, February 6, 2024

- It will capture and store up to 800,000 tons of CO2 annually from the cement plant flue gas by applying proprietary CO2 capture technology.

Key Points: 
  • - It will capture and store up to 800,000 tons of CO2 annually from the cement plant flue gas by applying proprietary CO2 capture technology.
  • This contract has been awarded in accordance with the progress made by the Padeswood CCS (carbon capture and storage) project planned for the site.
  • MHI was selected after working on the initial competitive Pre-FEED* project study awarded in 2022.
  • The CO2 capture plant could start operation in 2028.

MHI Completed manufacturing of Three Replacement Steam Generators for EDF's Nuclear Power Plant

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Monday, January 22, 2024

- MHI has been ordered a total of 9 replacement steam generators jointly with Onet Technologies, and plans to manufacture remaining 6 units sequentially

Key Points: 
  • - MHI has been ordered a total of 9 replacement steam generators jointly with Onet Technologies, and plans to manufacture remaining 6 units sequentially
    - Contributing to the stable operation of nuclear power through the manufacture of steam generators, which require safety and reliability
    TOKYO, Jan 22, 2024 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) held a ceremony for shop manufacturing completion of three replacement steam generators for "lectricit" de France S.A. (EDF)'s Nuclear Power Plant in France at MHI's Kobe facilities on the 19th.
  • MHI has been ordered a total of 9 replacement steam generators from EDF.
  • MHI has been working on business of nuclear equipment in nuclear power markets worldwide and has supplied a total of 31 replacement steam generators to several countries, France, Belgium and the U.S, 15 units out of 31 units were for EDF.
  • Through the manufacture of replacement steam generators, MHI will pass on to the next generation the technological expertise accumulated as a nuclear power plant supplier.