The Scottish Cluster is throwing its weight behind decarbonising Thames Estuary, UK, and the regions operations through the use of hydrogen, revealed today (Oct 12).
Through the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Project Cavendish, the groups will support development of a 700MW low carbon hydrogen production facility based in the Thames Estuary.
This will use the Acorn Projects carbon transport and storage system by early 2027, to manage the carbon emissions from the new energy project.
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