Green light for Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub

Aberdeen City Council has given the green light for a hydrogen hub to be created in the Scottish city.

It is intended to lay the foundations for substantial growth and future investment, unlocking the potential of the region to weave a strong, sustainable hydrogen-based thread into the long-term energy transition now being embarked on.

Agreed by the council’s city growth and resources committee on Wednesday (28th Oct), the project sets the direction for future developments and initiatives for hydrogen as an alternative for transport fuels.

Council officers will commission work to adapt existing hydrogen refuelling facilities to receive hydrogen from an external supply, and to identify the optimum investment and delivery model for the production, storage and distribution of renewable hydrogen for Aberdeen.

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