Scotland could satisfy 100% of Germany’s hydrogen import demands, report claims

Scotland is set to publish a hydrogen export plan after a report suggested the nation could meet anywhere between 22% and 100% of Germany’s hydrogen import volumes by 2045.

Commissioned by the Scottish Government, the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) and Cruh21 report explored supply and demand pathways as well as end-use, technologies, infrastructure and regulation required for the distribution of hydrogen.

It suggested Scottish hydrogen exports could meet 22-100% of Germany’s hydrogen import volumes by 2045,  when Scotland aims to produce 25GW of renewable hydrogen.

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