SSE Renewables submits application for Highlands green hydrogen plant

SSE Renewables has submitted plans for a green hydrogen plant and associated infrastructure to Scotland’s Highland Council, using electricity from Gordonbush Wind Farm.

The proposed 1.87ha development could produce 1,600 tonnes of hydrogen a year and around 8 tonnes of hydrogen a day during peak production, according to the council document.

Alongside modular electrolysis units and fixed hydrogen storage and storage tube trailers, the project would contain an auxiliary process plant, dispenser units, infrastructure for water supply and treatment, internal access roads, foundations, perimeter fencing and security lighting.

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