Aberdeen City Council invest £15m to boost Aberdeen’s hydrogen hub ambitions

Aberdeen City Council is continuing to accelerate the development of a local hydrogen hub with a £15m ($20m) investment revealed today (Nov 10).

Unveiled during the Scottish Government’s Hydrogen Day at COP26, the investment will support the development of an Aberdeen hydrogen hub that will enhance the aim to meet 25GW of green and blue hydrogen production by 2045.

Read more: Aberdeen City Council to enhance hydrogen fuel distribution and expand its hydrogen-fuelled public sector fleet
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