20MW Scottish hydrogen production project receives £9.4m UK Government funding

A Scottish 20MW hydrogen production and storage project has received £9.4m ($12.6m) from the UK Government to enhance the project’s capabilities and accelerate its development.

Revealed today (Nov 22), the Whitelee Windfram project, being developed by ScottishPower, BOC and ITM Power, will use the funding to implement a 10MW electrolyser into the project as well as develop four tonne storage capabilities.

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