Kiwa and Alliander open Dutch hydrogen demo house
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Kiwa and Alliander open Dutch hydrogen demo house

Kiwa and Dutch energy network company Alliander have opened the nation’s first hydrogen demo house in Apeldoorn today (May 27) named the ‘Hydrogen Experience Centre’.

The demo house is being utilised as a demonstration and training location set up as a private home where professionals learn how to convert the natural gas supply in residential areas for hydrogen application.

In this centre, Kiwa and Alliander will demonstrate that hydrogen can be used efficiently as a fuel in a built environment.

At the same time, the centre is intended to train technicians and installers to help them familiarise them with the natural gas to hydrogen transition with this necessary as the need for technicians who can work with hydrogen will increase in the future.

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