TÜV Rheinland issues initially green hydrogen, ammonia certifications
- Technical advising TÜV Rheinland has actually provided its very first green hydrogen and green ammonia certification to Green Hydrogen & Chemicals, a joint venture in between solar developer ACME Group as well as eco-friendly business Scatec.
The TÜV Rheinland "Standard H2.21 Carbon-Neutral Hydrogen" certification has actually been provided for the Greenfield Project in Oman, a solar PV powered green hydrogen-ammonia plant that would certainly create 1.2 million tonnes of green ammonia per year when completely established.
The certification will permit business to provide evidence its plants are supplying hydrogen in a climate-neutral way, despite at which phase the project is currently at, and will aid identify with other kinds of hydrogen with a lower carbon impact than grey hydrogen, such as blue hydrogen.
The advisory stated the crucial to demonstrate the carbon neutrality of green hydrogen projects is in the product carbon footprint (PCF) that is less than or equal to absolutely no within the hydrogen supply chain, which can consist of any kind of or all the following three criteria: manufacturing methods, transportation methods as well as hydrogen applications.
The Greenfield project certification was granted for all three of the aforementioned criteria.
Rajat Seksaria, CEO of ACME Group, stated: "This certificate will certainly improve our capability to satisfy international markets across Europe, America and Asia region for the supply of Green Ammonia. We have already begun deal with the Oman plant as well as are on track to commission the world's initial large green ammonia project. Green certification from leading companies such as TÜV Rheinland is a crucial turning point in our initiatives."
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