SNP plans to provide huge hydrogen boost to Scotland
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SNP plans to provide huge hydrogen boost to Scotland

The Scottish National Party (SNP) will increase funding for the decarbonisation of the transportation sector in addition to targeting a 5GW hydrogen production capacity by 2030, should the party be re-elected.

The SNP announced on Friday (9th April) its intention on continuing to decarbonise Scotland by releasing new targets for the nation including achieving net zero by 2045.

It is outlined in the campaign that the Scottish Government would continue to support hydrogen and zero-emission projects to achieve a net-zero status five years ahead of the rest of the UK.

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