Arup explores future potential of hydrogen

Arup explores future potential of hydrogen

Global engineering and consultancy firm Arup has been appointed by the Scottish Government to undertake an assessment of the potential to use hydrogen within the Scottish energy system.

With targets to achieve net-zero energy by 2045, the Scottish Government, working alongside Scottish Enterprise and Highlands & Islands Enterprise, has outlined plans to assess the future use of hydrogen in the Scottish economy and develop a hydrogen action plan and hydrogen policy statement.

Arup, and project partner E4tech, will carry out an assessment of Scotland’s strengths, assets and factors that will shape hydrogen development across the country, as well as exploring scenarios for how hydrogen might develop in Scotland to help achieve net zero emissions targets.

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