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Endress+Hauser joins the Center for Hydrogen Safety

May 19, 2023

Due to measurement’s critical role in process safety, Endress+Hauser reported Apr. 18 that it’s joined the Center for Hydrogen Safety to promote hydrogen safety and help CHS ensure safety information, guidance and expertise is available to all stakeholders.

“We look forward to being a part of this community that will do the rigorous work of keeping safety on the minds of all those designing the systems of tomorrow that will work toward a net-zero world,” said Cory Marcon, power and energy industry manager at Endress+Hauser.

CHS was established in 2019 as a technical community within the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). In addition to safety information and guidance, CHS members benefit from access to training and education, global forums and more.

“CHS is pleased to welcome Endress+Hauser as a member. Their products can influence a wide range of hydrogen applications,” says Nick Barilo, executive director at CHS. “We look forward to its contributions to our community, which is committed to supporting the safe and timely transition to hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.”

To reinforce its commitment, Endress+Hauser is hosting an Electrolyzer Technical Forum this coming Fall 2023 at its Houston campus. This event will focus on operationalizing safety in green hydrogen, and forming deeper technical interactions with its research and development to ensure it’s developing products to continue to support the energy transition.

“The event will include industry leaders in electrolysis coming together to support an open information exchange to keep safety a non-proprietary topic in green hydrogen,” adds Marcon. “Much like the CHS, the goal is to help customers operate without incident and build a community around best practice.”

For those interested in the Electrolyzer Technical Forum, please apply here, as there are limited seats.

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Jim Montague | Executive Editor

Jim Montague is executive editor of Control.