Scotland Government outlines £100m funding for its five-year hydrogen plan

Scotland Government outlines £100m funding for its five-year hydrogen plan

The Scottish Government has outlined a new strategy today (Nov 10) that aims to build the nation’s hydrogen ecosystem through a five-year plan and a £100m ($134m) financial backing.

The draft Hydrogen Action Plan sets out the strategic approach the Scottish Government will take with industry to enhance and support the region’s aims in becoming a key strategic region globally for hydrogen.

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Over a five-year investment programme, the funding will support regional renewable hydrogen production hubs and renewable hydrogen projects to support the growing demand of hydrogen technologies and create a fluid market for the clean energy carrier.

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