Scottish Enterprise reports highlight hydrogen demand

A suite of new reports published today by Scottish Enterprise reveals increasing potential demand for hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuel in Scotland.

Developing Scotland’s capacity to produce, distribute, store, use and export hydrogen is one component in the creation of a greener economy that supports reaching Net Zero by 2045, and meeting its goal of developing 5GW of hydrogen capacity by 2030.

Announced on the first day of All-Energy, the UK’s low carbon energy and full supply chain renewables event in Glasgow, the reports are designed to help hydrogen producing businesses, their supply chains, and their customers understand how, when and where hydrogen demand will evolve in Scotland.

Building on previous studies, the new research refreshes the estimates on how much hydrogen might be used for industrial processes and non-domestic heating, transport and distilleries by looking at new business sectors not previously covered.

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