NZTTP accelerating hydrogen adoption in Scotland with new £16.5m funding

The Net Zero Technology Transition programme (NZTTP) will look to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen technologies with a new £16.5m ($22.97m) funding from the Scottish Government, revealed today (August 6).

With the funding, the NZTTP will look to progress several hydrogen related projects that are aiming to support the adoption of hydrogen in the region and transform the North Sea energy system, with a focus on emissions reduction.

Read more: Green hydrogen hub could be established in Highlands, Scotland

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