Green hydrogen project near Glasgow awarded £9.4m

The government has awarded more than £9.4 million to a green hydrogen project in Scotland as part of its Storage at Scale competition launched in January 2019. The Green Hydrogen for Scotland consortium, comprised of Scottish Power, ITM Power and BOC, has received the grant to build a 10MW proton exchange membrane electrolyser at Scottish Power’s Whitelee onshore wind farm near Glasgow.

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