DNV GL invests in hydrogen innovation centre

DNV GL invests in hydrogen innovation centre

Energy consultant and certification body DNV GL is investing in a new hydrogen innovation centre in Groningen, the Netherlands.

Announcing the news yesterday, the Norwegian-headquartered firm said it has signed a letter of intent with Kadans Science Partner for the development of a new multi-tenant building on the Zernike Campus, where DNV GL with its 80 energy experts, laboratories and test facilities will be one of the main residents.

“After more than 40 years at our current location on the Energieweg in Groningen, we were ready for the next step,” said Johan Knijp, Country Manager for Oil & Gas in DNV GL.

“The move to a sustainable building with ultramodern test facilities in a dynamic and stimulating campus environment is a wonderful step forward for our Groningen location and our employees.”

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