The Scottish Cluster has been established today (May 13) to deliver hydrogen, carbon capture storage and other low carbon technologies to help meet net zero goals.
The cluster will bring key stakeholder from across Scotland, including key industries such as whisky, technology, transport, infrastructure and energy to create a unified voice for wider hydrogen and other low carbon technology adoption.
The group has emphasised Scotland’s potential, highlighting the Acorn Project, led by Storegga, Shell and Harbour Energy, as one of the most mature UK CCS and hydrogen projects and is positioned to be the most cost-effective and scalable CCS project in the UK.
By the mid-2020s, Acorn’s CCS and hydrogen systems will provide critical backbone infrastructure for the Scottish Cluster.
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