Aberdeen Harbour to explore hydrogen use with bp

Aberdeen Harbour will introduce a range of zero-emission technologies, hydrogen included, to decarbonise the port’s operations with a new deal signed with bp revealed today (Nov 17).

One of the key aspects of the agreement, formalised with the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU), is to explore the use of hydrogen as a clean maritime fuel.

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