TÜV NORD GROUP, 그린수소 프로젝트의 개막을 열다

TÜV NORD GROUP은 환경 보호를 위한 그린수소 프로젝트에 참여하고, 기술을 발전시키고 있습니다. 

전세계적으로 다양한 산업부문들은 이산화탄소가 없는 그린수소를 생산하기 
위해 시도합니다.

TÜV NORD 전문가들은 Salzgitter의 7개의 풍력 터빈 건설에 기술을 지원하였습니다.
 
이는 안전한 현장에 터빈을 만드는 것과는 완전히 다릅니다.

Salzgitter의 공장에서는 유해물질을 사용하고 있기 때문에 더 많은 주의를 기울여야 하고,
공장 부근에는 방사성 물질 저장소가 위치하여 있어 영향을 받지 않도록 체계적으로 
위험분석을 하였습니다.
 
안전한 풍력터빈 건설과 인증을 위해 기본적인 위험 분석부터 평가 , 마무리까지 
모든 단계에서 TÜV NORD 전문가들이 함께하며 안전하고 체계적인 프로젝트를 
진행하였습니다.

이러한 프로젝트를 통하여 자사는 수전화와 함께 환경보호에 한층 더 가까워졌으며, 
전문지식을 발전시켜 나갑니다.

 

Hanover, Germany: Various industrial sectors are seeking to use green hydrogen to make their production largely CO2-free. TÜV NORD has lent its support to the construction of seven wind turbines in Salzgitter. These should generate a total of 30 megawatts of electricity to allow the Salzgitter steel maker to produce the green hydrogen it currently needs on its own premises. The construction is a blueprint for how this kind of complex construction can also succeed in companies whose use of dangerous substances renders them subject to the German Hazardous Incident Ordinance.

“Putting up turbines in a company dealing with hazardous substances is completely different from building them on green fields,” explains Hardin Gerlach, project manager at TÜV NORD Systems. Erecting the turbines, which measure just short of 170 metres in height, in and around Salzgitter AG’s plants is a particular challenge for two reasons. On the one hand, because hazardous substances are used in the steelworks, the strictest safety requirements apply. Falling ice or the loss of one of the rotor blades could damage the blast furnace and its gas pipelines – with devastating consequences. The blades are 67 metres long and weigh 15 tons.

On the other, mining and nuclear safety aspects must be taken into account at the site due to the proximity of “Schacht Konrad”, a former iron ore mine, which is being converted into a repository for low- and intermediate-level radioactive substances. “We were, however, able to rule out the possibility of hazardous impacts from the construction and operation of the wind turbines which would have implications in terms of mining law and radiation protection,” Gerlach explains.

TÜV NORD experts were involved at all the stages, from the systematic hazard analysis through to the coordination of site assessments and commissioning. They were also able to contribute their expertise in the mining, radiation and fire protection fields and in the commissioning of the wind turbines.

 The joint project of Salzgitter AG, Avacon and Linde entitled Wind-Hydrogen Salzgitter (“WindH2”) is an important element of the SALCOS (Salzgitter Low CO2 Steelmaking) project and aims to reduce CO2 emissions at the Salzgitter site by 95 percent by 2050.