Maire Tecnimont acquires the majority stake of Conser through NextChem Holding
Rome 23 January 2023 – Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. announces that, through its subsidiary NextChem Holding S.p.A., it is expanding into the high-value derivates and biodegradable plastic by-products licensing markets with the acquisition of an 83,5% stake of Conser, a technology licensor and process engineering design company based in Rome, Italy.
NextChem and Suez sign an agreement to develop their collaboration on Waste-to-Chemicals technology and projects in Italy
Milan, 9 November 2022 – Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. announces that NextChem, through its subsidiary MyRechemical, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with SUEZ International Italian Branch aimed at further developing their existing collaboration on Waste-to-Chemicals projects in Italy.
NextChem organizes two events on November 9 during ECOMONDO at stand 133, Pav. D1
Rimini, 7th November 2022 - Also this year NextChem, the company of Maire Tecnimont dedicated to technologies for the energy transition, will be at ECOMONDO, the Green Technology Expo, the reference fair in Europe for the industrial and technological innovation of the Circular Economy.
Made in Italy engineering to support the circular economy in UAE
Maire Tecnimont inaugurates a polymers re-processing and upcycling plant in Abu Dhabi
NextChem kicks off the engineering phase of Rome Hydrogen Valley (IPCEI HY2USE) and awards LanzaTech the process design contract for the circular ethanol unit
Milan, 24 October 2022 – Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. announces that NextChem, through its subsidiary MyRechemical, has kicked off the engineering phase of Hydrogen Valley in Rome, which is based on NextChem’s waste-to-chemical technology and has received the EU Commission grant within IPCEI HY2USE initiative, as already communicated.
Grant of €194 million assigned to NextChem as part of the “IPCEI Hy2USE” EU project for the development of the first Waste to Hydrogen plant in the world
Milan, 22 September 2022 - Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. announces that its subsidiary NextChem has been assigned a €194 million grant for the development of a waste-to-hydrogen plant as part of the "IPCEI Hy2Use" EU project. The project sets up the Hydrogen Valley in Rome, the first industrial-scale technological hub for the development of the national supply chain for the production, transport, storage and use of hydrogen for the decarbonization of industrial processes and for sustainable mobility.