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Levidian’s LOOP hydrogen production technology certified by DNV

Levidian’s LOOP technology has received certification from DNV to confirm its technical feasibility.

The Statement of Feasibility awarded by the independent energy expert will provide support to Levidian’s existing global portfolio of 52 patents across 40 countries, with a patent currently pending for a modular system on which the LOOP10 – LOOP1000 units are based.

The award followed a Qualification Basis and Technology Assessment Review of the LOOP devices. The DNV-RP-A203 qualification framework provides a logical approach to documenting the technology and managing qualification at any stage of development.

Levidian’s LOOP system captures carbon from methane gas to creates a source of hydrogen and Net Zero graphene. The company’s Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), Ian Hopkins, described it as “ultra-green” technology to H2 View.

Read more: Levidian: Producing hydrogen within a full circular economy

The last 18 months has seen 10 LOOP’s of various sizes in the field or under construction according to Levidian’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Alistair Donaldson. The company is now developing its largest unit, the LOOP1000.

“We’re on a critical mission to decarbonise some of the hardest-to-abate sectors on the planet and are proud to have received this certification from DNV,” added the CTO.

“It provides a valuable independent confirmation of our technology readiness as we continue to optimise and scale our offer.”


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