DNV GL launches hydrogen consortium to reduce carbon emissions from manufacturing

Energy consultant and certification body DNV GL has launched an international industry consortium in collaboration with Dutch glass production expert Celsian to develop technologies required for the transition from natural gas to hydrogen in energy-intensive industrial production processes.

The two-year programme is a unique collaboration in the introduction of hydrogen as a fuel for industrial use, aiming to contribute fundamental improvements to existing industrial heating processes, lowering carbon emissions and cost.

“Existing burner and burner control technology to decarbonise industrial production processes are not yet market-ready, despite great interest and the advantages of hydrogen as a low carbon fuel in high-temperature industries,” said Sander Gersen, Project Leader at DNV GL – Oil & Gas.

“Our programme aims to have new burner concepts available within two years.”

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