Report highlights Scotland’s net zero carbon goals

The Infrastructure Commission for Scotland (ICS) has presented Scottish Government with a 30-year infrastructure strategy with an emphasis on delivering an inclusive, net zero carbon economy.

Scotland has already showcased its commitment towards decarbonising the country through increased integration of hydrogen. It was announced just last week that Panasonic would support plans for hydrogen-powered homes in the city of Aberdeen.

Panasonic throws support behind plans for hydrogen-powered homes in Scotland

Other hydrogen efforts in Scotland include hydrogen-powered gritters and hydrogen-powered buses. The recently release report is just another step in the right direction for the country.

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