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Hitachi Energy and RelyOn Nutec Sign an MoU to Train a Growing Electrical Workforce

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21. March 2024

RelyOn Nutec, a leading safety, compliance and competence service provider, has announced today the signing of a MoU to initiate a partnership to offer electrical safety training to customers, operators and employees of Hitachi Energy’s Service function.

The collaboration will allow to combine expertise in the electrical fields, strengthening required skills to ensure safety across every project phase. The work will map electrical safety best practices worldwide, with the intention to continuously improve best practices and local regulations, while trying to standardize processes and procedures, wherever possible.

“We are ready to invest in this collaboration to help our customers to provide the right competencies to deploy the green electricity solutions instrumental in the fight against climate change,” said Torben Harring, RelyOn Nutec CEO. “With Hitachi Energy, we are committed to engage with one of the key players in the energy transition and electrification, in order to leverage our respective strengths and to contribute to the safety of the electric grid.”

About RelyOn Nutec

RelyOn Nutec delivers safety, compliance and competence services and solutions to safety critical industries around the world. Across their 30+ facilities, RelyOn Nutec helps clients protect their people, assets and the environment. The company has a deep history going back over 50 years and leads, through the intelligent application of the latest technology, including digital learning, simulation technology and a market-leading suite of SaaS applications, the safety and technical training field.

RelyOn Nutec is the preferred end-to-end partner to develop and maintain a safe workplace. The company’s market-leading digital services offer clients a modular approach to managing safety across their business processes while minimizing risk and revolutionizing how we track workforce safety, compliance and competence. To learn more, visit

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