Protium, Jericho Energy to decarbonise Bruichladdich distillery with hydrogen technologies

Protium and Jericho Energy Ventures will look to implement green hydrogen technologies into Bruichladdich distillery in the UK as a means to decarbonise the facilities operations.

Dubbed HyLaddie, the project will navigate the installation of state-of-the-art technology within a fully operational Victorian distillery on the island of Islay, just off Scotland’s west coast.

Using a revolutionary hydrogen technology called a Dynamic Combustion Chamber (DCC), pilot project will see hydrogen used to heat the stills used to create Bruichladdich’s renowned Scotch, as well as their artisanal gin, The Botanist, removing a major contributor to the brand’s overall carbon emissions.

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