WhiskHy project receives government funding to support hydrogen’s integration into the whiskey industry

Hydrogen is widely recognised as a diverse, zero-emission energy carrier that can support net zero targets and, with that, a new consortium aiming to implement hydrogen into whiskey making has been awarded £2.94m.

Revealed today (Nov 24), the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy will provide the funds to enable the consortium to scale up the hydrogen-based technology and conduct hydrogen trials at Beam Suntory’s Glen Garioch distillery in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

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