Fuelling a green future
Fuelling a green future
The fight against global warming and climate change is a challenge that affects everyone – in all countries and industries. Numerous nations have already committed to reducing energy consumption and have agreed to ambitious goals to minimise carbon emission-related effects. However, the transition from conventional to renewable energy, such as wind and solar power, is just a first step in achieving these goals.
Hydrogen as an energy carrier offers the extensive potential to support decarbonisation efforts. Hydrogen can be used as a storage medium to further advance the integration and use of energy from renewable sources and as a sector coupling technology to decarbonise all energy sectors. This has been recognised by the UK where legislation has been passed to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050.
In principle, all industry-driven countries have not only understood the role of hydrogen to reach climate goals but have started to support the introduction of hydrogen in projects reaching from the generation of green hydrogen over transportation to hydrogen usage in widespread applications.
At TÜV SÜD, we support our customers with services to make sure that hydrogen projects are safe, efficient and economical. Services include:
WHY CHOOSE TÜV SÜD FOR HYDROGEN ENERGY SOLUTIONS?
At TÜV SÜD, we are committed to applying our vast expertise and experience with hydrogen and related technologies to support the development of safe, secure and reliable hydrogen energy solutions.
TÜV SÜD has experience over the whole value chain of hydrogen and life cycle of hydrogen technologies. We use our experience across safety-critical sectors (oil & gas, nuclear, aerospace & defence, medical, etc) that can be applied to the clean energy sector.
TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory is the UK’s Designated Institute for Flow Measurement standards, funded by DSIT. It provides the UK’s measurement traceability that underpins all flow and density measurements, and transactions based upon these. It has a crucial role in providing testing infrastructure and measurement expertise to support the transition to clean fuels.
In this video, Marc MacDonald, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory’s Head of Hydrogen, looks at the issues around accurately measuring the flow rate of carbon dioxide both in the gas and liquid states.
In the first of a three part series, Dr. Martin Hanton discusses the major sustainability and net zero challenges that organisations need to start addressing towards decarbonisation and sustainability.
Dr Martin Hanton’s second video in this sustainability and net zero series discusses where our decarbonised energy comes from.
Batteries and fuel cells fill each other's operational and performance gaps - the future of zero emission vehicles will be powered by both.
Increase safety and reliability with risk assessment practices.