University of Aberdeen and Intelligent Plant launch AI project to support Scottish hydrogen production

Computer scientists at the University of Aberdeen and Intelligent Plant have launched a project using artificial intelligence (AI) to supercharge hydrogen production in Scotland.

The two will use AI to develop a Decision Support System (DSS) to address shortfalls in production and support Scotland in meeting its target of 5GW of installed hydrogen production by 2030, the equivalent to a sixth of the country’s energy needs.

They are working in partnership with the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) on the project, which has been funded through the Scottish Government’s Emerging Energy Technologies Fund.

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