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JEOL Ltd. (TOKYO:6951) (President & COO Izumi Oi) announces the release of JMS-T2000GC "AccuTOF(TM) GC-Alpha", the latest model of the successful AccuTOF(TM) GC series gas chromatograph – time-of-flight mass spectrometers, to be released in February 2021. This product is a GC-MS that represents a significant improvement in performance and functionality using two newly developed Key Technologies. The basic hardware performance has been greatly improved and a new generation of automated data analysis software is included in the standard configuration.
Royal Dutch Shell and renewables firm Eneco, owned by Japan's Mitsubishi Corp, will provide Amazon.com Inc's European facilities with electricity from an offshore wind farm, they said on Monday. Retail giant Amazon, which faces pressure from environmental activists over its carbon footprint, has vowed to be net carbon neutral by 2040. Starting in 2024, it will off-take 380 megawatts (MW) of capacity from the Hollandske Kust Noord offshore wind farm, which is being built jointly by Shell and Eneco, the two energy firms said without disclosing financial details.