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Yokogawa joins EURO2MOON

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Global Hydrogen Review,

Yokogawa Europe B.V. has become an official member of EURO2MOON, an industry-led association focused on topics related to the exploration of the lunar surface and the commercial and sustainable utilisation of its resources.

The membership is a key initiative for Yokogawa as it looks to expand its space-related activities in Europe. Yokogawa will draw on its track record of over 100 years in measurement, control, and information technologies as well as its experience in providing various products to the space industry.

As part of EURO2MOON, Yokogawa will design and develop technologies and services for the lunar industrial ecosystem, including automation solutions and bespoke products to enable the effective use of resources.

EURO2MOON and Yokogawa are in perfect harmony as they both function under the umbrella of co-innovation. The different member organisations and companies Air Liquide Advanced Technologies, Airbus Defence & Space, ANRT, Arthur D Little, CEA, ESRIC, ispace, OHB, OffWorld, and Spartan Space collaborate towards a united vision of space resources utilisation, to serve the purpose of space transportation, energy production, and life support in space, for space.

The technology and services envisioned by EURO2MOON members, such as clean energy-based hydrogen and oxygen production processes, and the use of reusable and recyclable products for in-situ resource utilisation (ISRU), will contribute to a circular economy and the sustainable development goals (SDGs) on Earth.

Niels Koek, Director of European Space Business Development at Yokogawa Europe states: “Yokogawa is excited to join EURO2MOON, a unique association for industrial partners as well as research organisations interested in the development of technologies or services that can benefit lunar resources management to aid sustainability in space. In line with our corporate philosophy, through our activities in the space sector, we aim to contribute to the realisation of a sustainable society.”

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