Mary Paige Bailey
Together with 18 industry partners, DNV AS (Oslo, Norway) is launching a new Joint Industry Project (JIP) to raise standardization for reliable, safe and cost-effective hydrogen production systems that use electrolysis from renewable energy sources to produce green hydrogen. Electrolyzers are devices for producing hydrogen that break down water into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity in a chemical process known as electrolysis.
Hydrogen can play a significant role in the decarbonization of global energy supplies, revealing the greater potential of renewable energy sources, and it is receiving increasing attention as energy transitions rapidly.
Kim Sandgaard-Mörk, Executive Vice President of Renewable Energy Certification in DNV said. “DNV predicts that hydrogen will move from about 1.9% of the energy mix in 2040 to 5.0% in 2050, and this trend, according to DNV, will continue in the second half of the century. Especially the decarbonisation of sectors that are difficult to reduce, such as aviation, sea or long-distance freight, requires a much wider scale of green hydrogen.
“To increase confidence in the market, electrolyzers need further standardization to reduce uncertainties and risks in the industrialization of major hydrogen projects,” adds Axel Dombrowski. Director of Innovation and Digital Certification for Renewable Energy in DNV. “We are addressing this challenge by joining forces with key industry partners to work on a new certification scheme and industry best practices for electrolyzers that will contribute to successful water electrolysis projects. About 30 years ago we adopted a similar approach to the wind energy industry, which proved to be very successful. Now we will take the acquired skills and implement them for hydrogen technology in an accelerated way. “
DNV is constantly working with the industry to develop current standards and recommended practices adapted to the requirements of the emerging renewable energy market. More than 18 partners from a variety of industries, such as electrolyzers and wind turbines, renewable energy developers, energy, chemical and engineering companies, are joining DNV to develop a certification scheme for electrolyzer projects – including a renewable energy interface. topics safety, performance and regulation.
The partners currently joining the JIP are BP, Clean Power Hydrogen, EDP, Elogen, Equinor, Frauenhofer-Gesellschaft, Green Hydrogen Systems, Industrie De Nora, ITM Linde Electrolysis, McPhy, NextChem, Nordex, Schaeffler Technologies, Shell, Siemens Games, Siemens, Sunfire, thyssenkrupp nucera.
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