RelyOn Nutec is due to open a new training centre in Eemshaven in early 2023, to meet the increasing demand from the onshore and offshore wind industries in the Groningen area. Eemshaven is uniquely positioned to service the wind projects in the North Sea, and in cooperation with Groningen Seaports, a suitable location has been found in the Emmahaven area of the port. Construction of the new centre will start in early March 2022.
With the beginning of the Dutch hydrogen industry placed right outside of Eemshaven, RelyOn Nutec wants to play an important part in shaping and developing the new standards for hydrogen safety training. The ambition is to add hydrogen training facilities to the new training centre, and the hydrogen training objects can be used for research and testing purposes - also by other parties present in the region.
With the realisation of the Eemshaven training site, RelyOn Nutec is offering state-of-the art training centres conveniently located along the North Sea. This runs from Trondheim, Bergen, Stavanger and Kristiansand (Norway) to Esbjerg (Denmark), along Bremerhaven (Germany), Eemshaven, Amsterdam and Rotterdam (the Netherlands) to Ostend (Belgium). On the other side of the North Sea, training centres can be found in Great Yarmouth, Teesside and Aberdeen (United Kingdom). There is always a RelyOn Nutec training centre nearby.
Groningen Seaports' CEO Cas König: "We are very excited for the arrival of RelyOn Nutec. In the Eemshaven area there is a lot of attention on offshore and onshore wind, and we expect this to grow in the future. An innovative training centre does not yet exist, and this establishment will further strengthen the strong position of Eemshaven as a key operations and maintenance base to the offshore wind industry. It is also excellent that RelyOn Nutec sees opportunities for the hydrogen industry. That in turn offers opportunities for other projects at Eemshaven."
Peter Van Cauwenberghe, Managing Director RelyOn Nutec Central Europe, sees the realisation of the centre in Eemshaven as an important addition to the RelyOn Nutec group: "We see the new training centre in Eemshaven as a unique opportunity to be even closer to our customers. With this centre, we want to provide support to important energy projects, including hydrogen, but also support local workers with innovative and high-quality safety training. We look forward to working with Groningen Seaports and to support the port's ambition from this new location."
About RelyOn Nutec
RelyOn Nutec delivers safety, compliance and competence services and solutions across the world. Through 32 facilities, RelyOn Nutec helps clients protect their people, assets and the environment. RelyOn Nutec has a deep history going back over 50 years and leads, through the intelligent application of latest technology, the energy sector as well as other safety critical industries.
RelyOn Nutec is leading the safety and technical training field and has a broad range of innovative digital services, including digital learning, simulation technology and a market-leading suite of SaaS applications. RelyOn Nutec is the preferred end-to-end partner to develop and maintain a safe workplace. The market-leading digital services offer clients a modular approach to managing safety across their business processes while minimising risk and revolutionising the way they track workforce safety, compliance and competence.
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