DNV opens new technology center to accelerate energy transition

DNV, the independent energy expert and assurance provider, opened its new technology center on the Zernike campus in Groningen, the Netherlands.

The new, sustainable facility is equipped with the latest test equipment to support DNV’s research into decarbonizing energy systems.

According to DNV, the technology center will articulate research and technology qualification for the energy sector around multiple axes, with the aim of demonstrating and qualifying low-carbon technologies, optimizing and repurposing existing gas infrastructure, providing innovative measurement technology for energy systems, research on hydrogen and H2-based fuels and carry out safety analyzes and damage investigations.

The new facility in Groningen is part of DNV’s network of technology centers that leverage the group’s centuries-old experience in shipping and energy to qualify and apply advanced technologies for global transformations.

Prajeev Rasiah, Executive Vice President of Energy Systems in Northern Europe at DNV, commented: “We have grown our global hydrogen network of multidisciplinary experts over the past few years and we are maintaining that momentum with several technology center updates worldwide this year, including the opening of this one large technology center in Groningen.”

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