Jet Investment as a new owner of the Rockfin Company

We are pleased to announce that Jet Investment has become a new owner of Rockfin company.

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Mitsubishi Power and Rockfin green project halfway through

Mitsubishi Power's installation of a hybrid system, located in Malkowo near Gdańsk, enters a critical phase. MEGAMIE is the Japanese giant’s first...

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Rockfin is working on technologies that will help transform the energy market. For the better.

There is a huge responsibility on our shoulders - the results of our work will, hopefully, support the energy transition that is now a policy priority for many countries and global companies – says Dariusz Mroczka, director of the technical and development department at Rockfin.

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Compressors - the right technology for every challenge

The extractive industry also includes LNG, bio-LNG and hydrogen, where compressors are present at every stage, from extraction to the processing of raw materials - explains Michał Wróblewski Vice President of the Board.

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Is Poland set for a hydrogen boom?

In July last year, the European Commission published a hydrogen strategy for a climate-neutral Europe.

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Energy transition in Polish heat and energy sector

Global climate change is temporarily overshadowed by the coronavirus, but global warming is progressing as we speak. One of the main culprits, at least in Poland, are outdated heat and power plants CHP...

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Rockfin resilient to pandemic

Rockfin entered 2021 with a record order backlog, exceeding 500 million PLN. This is a continuation of the company's direction of development last year...

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Mitsubishi Power - Solid Oxide Fuel Cell

Mitsubishi Power Facility supported by Rockfin will deliver the first Hybrid System of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells called MEGAMIE to Europe. The highly efficient hybrid system will be put into operation in Germany in March 2022.

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Rockfin with a contract for the nuclear sector

The Akkuyu nuclear power plant is under construction in Mersin province in southern Turkey. The project of the power plant under construction envisages the commissioning of four power units with reactors of 1200 megawatts each.

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