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UL Solutions acquires hydrogen testing company TesTneT

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Global Hydrogen Review,

UL Solutions Inc. has announced the acquisition of TesTneT Engineering GmbH, a German-based hydrogen component and system testing company.

With headquarters outside Munich, Germany, and a second location near Vancouver, Canada, TesTneT has a strong global customer base that includes the automotive sector and top-tier original equipment manufacturers of hydrogen components and systems.

Hydrogen plays a critical role in the transition to low-carbon transportation and energy systems. The acquisition strengthens UL Solutions’ position in the hydrogen industry, adding TesTneT’s advanced testing capabilities and capacity and its deep understanding of customer challenges.

“Hydrogen technology is increasingly important in the transition to sustainable energy, and as a safety science leader in the energy transition, this is a promising field for us,” said Jennifer Scanlon, President and CEO of UL Solutions. “The addition of TesTneT will enable us to better collaborate with our customers to help advance the safe adoption of hydrogen-powered technologies globally.”

Founded in 2009, TesTneT provides comprehensive testing services for various hydrogen storage systems, refuelling stations and their components. It conducts hydraulic tests, destructive testing, materials testing and customised testing of storage tanks.

“TesTneT’s extensive scientific expertise, steadfast dedication to safety and deep commitment to strong customer relationships make the company an ideal fit for UL Solutions,” said Dr. Marius Herr, CEO and a Co-Founder of TesTneT. “We look forward to expanding our capacity and capabilities in new markets, and we proudly join the organisation’s 15 000 employees working for a safer world.”

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