Published on 10 October 2019
gAvilar is leading partner in a development project for Hydrogen use inside dwellings. Together with the partners Beutech, PIA Automation, Flamco and
Het Internethuis, gAvilar received a significant subsidy from the Dutch government for this joint H2@Home project. Various products will be tested to
achieve safe use of hydrogen inside the house.
For gAvilar, it is in particular the domestic meter regulator that will be equipped with extra functionality, fully geared to hydrogen. An extra safety will
cut-off the gas supply to the home in the event of a leak or fire.
The product will be tested under various conditions for a long period of time at the test site of The Green Village on the premises of the Delft University.
H2@Home is supported by the 3 major network operators in the Netherlands.
Pieter Klijs, Director Operations of gAvilar: "The grant is an extra support to make this development possible. We notice that there is a great deal of
interest in the use of hydrogen in the built environment and we want to make sure that our products will contribute to its safe application".