SSE, Siemens partner to convert 100MW of Scottish wind energy into green hydrogen

Scotland will gain a new green hydrogen production project with SSE Renewables and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy partnering to convert 100MW of onshore wind energy into the clean energy carrier.

With plans to utilise electrolysis in order to generate green hydrogen at Gordonbush, the clean energy carrier is expected to be used as a means to fuel domestic transportation, industry and manufacturing sectors.

This will support Scotland in becoming a hotspot for hydrogen technologies and additionally integrate zero-carbon solutions into the heart of the country.

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