Independent energy expert and assurance provider DNV has released its new service specification which outlines the organisation’s procedures for verifying claims made by companies about the production and distribution of low carbon hydrogen and ammonia.
Named DNV-SE-0654, the guideline encompasses advisory, verification and validation service and enable producers to document and demonstrate compliance with certain standards, ensure the credibility and transparency of their claims and allow for the validation of their systems or products based on specific characteristics.
These characteristics include factors such as the requirement to keep greenhouse gas emissions below a predetermined limit.
It covers a range of hydrogen production pathways including conventional, electrolysis-based and other methods, along with associated ammonia production.
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