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How digital twins can help the hydrogen economy deliver net zero

Digital twins can help ramp up hydrogen production.

Digital twins can help ramp up hydrogen production. Image: iStock

Thomas Leurent
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Akselos
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Hydrogen production processes. Repurposing the multi-trillion-dollar energy asset base with the help of digital twins can also ramp up blue hydrogen production to meet increasing demand.
Hydrogen production processes. Repurposing the multi-trillion-dollar energy asset base with the help of digital twins can also ramp up blue hydrogen production to meet increasing demand. Image: Gasunie via The World of Hydrogen

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Digital twin technology helps extend the lifespan of oil and gas infrastructure by identifying areas of stress, down to the nearest centimetre, on a structure for engineers to fix proactively.
Digital twin technology helps extend the lifespan of oil and gas infrastructure by identifying areas of stress, down to the nearest centimetre, on a structure for engineers to fix proactively. Image: Akselos

Digital twin software can demonstrate that operating conditions required by hydrogen production are safe.
Digital twin software can demonstrate that operating conditions required by hydrogen production are safe. Image: Akselos

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