OGE, TÜV SÜD and Horváth & Partners today announced the establishment of a joint company at a press conference.
In 2019, 83 hydrogen refuelling stations went into operation worldwide. 36 new hydrogen stations were opened in Europe, 38 in Asia, 8 in North America, and another one in the Arabian region.
Hydrogen is set to play a central role in energy transformation as an energy storage medium and energy carrier.
At the beginning of the year 2019, LBST reported that power-to-gas (PtG) is increasingly used in a number of industrial size applications in Germany. At that time, 50 plants with a total electrical capacity of approx. 50 MW were in operation or planned.
TÜV SÜD and Visionplus hosted the 2nd Offshore Wind Energy Seminar, focusing on “Basic Design of Fixed Bottom and Floating Offshore Wind Farms”.
TÜV SÜD has assessed the technical basis of a large-scale wind-energy project in Scandinavia on behalf of DekaBank. Within the scope of the Stavro project, a total of 62 wind energy turbines will be built in North Sweden.
Periodic inspection of offshore wind farms ensures safe, reliable and cost-effective operation. At the 2019 WindEurope Offshore conference and exhibition in Copenhagen, TÜV SÜD will present information about periodic inspections as well as its complete portfolio of services for offshore wind energy. (Hall C1, Stand C29).
Today, TÜV SÜD Group (hereinafter referred to as "TÜV SÜD") Changzhou New Energy Vehicle Testing Laboratory was officially opened to boost the development of Chinese new energy vehicle industry, improve the quality of Chinese new energy vehicle EV battery, and better protect the driving safety of consumers.
TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory, the flow measurement R&D specialist, today launches its £16million Advanced Multiphase Facility (AMF), which will help global oil and gas operators to ensure that production remains economically viable.
Nordex has commissioned TÜV SÜD to carry out type certification of their latest wind turbine generators (WTG) N149/5.X and N163/5.X. The turbines are designed for land-constrained markets in Europe as well as other global markets, such as the USA and Australia. Type certification of wind turbines is a procedure recognised at international level for establishing that these complex technical systems comply with international standards.
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