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The Scottish Cluster could have a hydrogen production capacity of 3.7GW by the mid 2030’s, says report
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The Scottish Cluster could have a hydrogen production capacity of 3.7GW by the mid 2030’s, says report

The Scottish Cluster could potentially have a hydrogen production capacity of 3.7GW by the mid 2030’s according to a new report released by Element Energy.

The cluster will bring key stakeholders from across Scotland, including key industries such as whiskey, technology, transport, infrastructure and energy to create a unified voice for wider hydrogen and other low carbon technology adoption.

Read more: Scottish Cluster set to unify support for hydrogen and CCS adoption in the UK

Read more: Wood and SGN identify hydrogen’s role in helping Scotland meet its 2040 decarbonisation targets

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