Scottish Water to looks to produce hydrogen from wastewater

Water and sewage company Scottish Water has developed a new method to produce hydrogen and oxygen from its wastewater.

The process would involve using an electrolyser on the company’s wastewater treatment works to split water into hydrogen and oxygen by using electricity.

“The benefits of this technology are far-reaching,” said Zoe Frogbook, Strategic Programme Manager in Research and Innovation at Scottish Water.

“It could contribute to one of the many layers of innovative technology required to reach net zero target emissions by 2040.”

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